taig


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taig

(teɪɡ)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) dialect often derogatory Ulster a Roman Catholic
[variant of the Irish name Tadhg, originally signifying any Irishman]
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Mr Taig has significant mining and executive management experience.
And escorted by a jury bailiff, the 12-strong panel was taken to a secure car park at Newcastle Crown Court to watch Mr Taig give a demonstration of what he saw.
Mitchell Library Service Councils served Mitchell Shire Council Projected costs Projected cost was $264,400 Grant recommended [80%] $211,500 Final grant drawn $211,500 Vehicles Commenced service 5 March 1999 - New & old International; ACCA prime mover - supplied for fitout by Taig Bros.
This time it's from Taig Chris who, we are reliably informed, is a bit tasty on a set of skates.
This time it's from Taig Chris, who I'm reliably informed is a bit tasty on a set of skates.
Until the late eighties, loyalists didn't much care whether their victims were republicans; a common refrain, using the anti-Catholic slur, was "any Taig will do.
But once he entered the workplace, in most cases he was alone--the Mick, the Dogan, the Taig.
At its worst, unionism has been reduced culturally to a history which focuses almost solely on two battles -- the Boyne in 1690 and the Somme in 1916; to half a dozen traditional songs such as the sectarian `Dolly's Brae' to the exclusion of others such as the love song, `The Orange Maid of Sligo'; to contemporary songs, some of which are hair-raising in their sectarian sentiments; to an imagery of hooded armed men and inanimate flags; to tee shirts with slogans such as `Yabba dabba do, any taig will do' coming from the mouth of a loyalist Fred Flintstone; to fifes and drums and contentious marches.
The division's final game saw Orrell Red Triangle and Ainsdale play out a high scoring draw at Taig Hill.