Çiller

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Çiller

(ˈʃɪlə)
n
(Biography) Tansu (ˈtænzuː). born 1945, Turkish politician; first female prime minister (1993–96)
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It is at this spot, overlooking the Clarawood and Cherryvalley areas, that St Columba, or Colm Cille, is said to have stopped to pray on his way to Movilla Abbey in Newtownards to be trained by St Finnian.
La na Sabaid bha sinn comhla ri Kirsten ann an Dun Eideann agus chaidh sinn comhla rithe a dh'eaglais Naomh Chalum Cille aig mullach a' Mhile Rioghail.
It is often known as Eilean I or I Chaluim Chille, the latter linking it to its most famous inhabitant of the island, Calum Cille (the "dove of the church", St Columba).
Cille Pheadair: A Norse Farmstead and Pictish Burial Cairn in South Uist
Brian O Conchubhair provides a playful interrogation of comparative approaches to literature, citing numerous possible sources for Cre na Cille while rightly insisting that analogies and similarities between one text and another cannot be taken as evidence of influence.
This upsurge of critical interest [This critical interest in Morrison can be explained by Ann du Cille's comment: "today there is so much interest in black women that I have begun to think of myself as a kind of sacred text.
speakers, is the 1949 novel Cre na Cille 'Dirty Ashes' by
Cille Childers was hired as assistant branch manager of the Johnstown, Ohio branch.
Though written in occupied France, Beckett's Watt has much in common with other portrayals of neutral Ireland as a purgatory, particularly Flann O'Brien's The Third Policeman (1939) and Mairtin O Cadhain's Cre na Cille (1942), two anti-novels in which life in Ireland is represented as the equivalent to life beyond death--nasty, brutish, and cyclical.
Another source of Williams family pride: In 2015, Ron and his wife, Cille, gave a $2 million gift to the University of Nebraska at Kearney to establish two permanently endowed funds at the University of Nebraska Foundation that will provide annual support for UNK's early childhood education and development programs.
From left to right: Jim Proulx, Jeannine Hood, Gerry Bourque, Lu cille Bourque, John Proulx and Tom Proulx.