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We've also local lads like Aodh Dervin and Tristan Noack-Hofmann in the team which people of the county can identify with.
O'Neills from different centuries: Earl of Tyrone Aodh Mor O Neill
Caoimhe Nic Lochlainn examines the issue of domestication in translations of two children's books into the Irish language: Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland by Padraig O Cadhla in 1922, during a phase of intensive translation into what was the official language of the newly established Irish Free State, and Enid Blyton's The Secret Mountain by Tomas Mac Aodh Bhui in 1994.
Gillespie considers the evidence that Robert Chamberlain may have provided some of the impetus and money towards the first production of texts and posits an interesting connection between the second edition of Bonaventura O hEodhasa's Teagasg Criosdaidhe, which might be more usefully understood as a preacher's handbook than as a simple catechism, and Aodh Mac Aingil's Scathan hadramuinte na haithridhe, suggesting that they could have functioned as a matched pair of texts to serve as resources for members of the Louvain mission traveling back to Ireland, at a time of marked increase in Franciscan numbers.
QUINLIVAN, Aodh. The freedom of Cork: a chronicle of honour.
He said that the busted gangs were included Khalid Mehmood gang, Shahzad gang, Ashraf Aodh gang, Naeem alias Naeem Street crime gang, Amir Zulifqar gang, Hamad Raza gang, Abdul Hameed alias Hameeda gang, Younis Khokhar gang, Abdul Hameed gang, Javed alias Jedi gang, Safdar alias Safdari gang, Rana Sunny gang, Arshad alias Haji gang, Rajo gang, Manzoor alias Munna gang, Ali Raza gang, Aslam alias Khana gang, Yasin Mayo gang, Baba Majeeda gang, Muhammad Kamran gang, Muhammad Kamran street crime gang, Kamran alias Kami gang, Gohar gang, Faiz Rasool alias Doctor gang, Shahid Akhtar gang, Javed Thaheem gang, Ramzan gang, Shahid Iqbal alias Bilo gang, Abdul Khaliq gang and Rafiq Pathan gang.
The Life of Aodh Ruadh O Domhnail, Transcribed from the Book of Ludhaidh O Clerigh.
Aodh Og O'Tuama, from Cork in Ireland, and Californian Christy Martin perform all over the United States and Ireland, living as modern-day Gypsies and on a perpetual tour since 1997.
Writers who may be assigned to the counter-narrative category are Padraig Standun, Breandan O hEithir, Micheal O Conghaile, Maidhc Dainin O Se, Robert Welch, Padraic Breathnach, and Aodh O Canainn.
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