Goidel


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Goidel

(ˈɡɔɪdəl)
n
(Peoples) a Celt who speaks a Goidelic language; Gael. Compare Brython
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The Goidels or Gaels were settled in the northern part of the island, which is now Scotland, and were the ancestors of the present Highland Scots.
O'Toole joined Borah, Goldstein, Altschuler, Nahins & Goidel, P.C.
"It's human nature for people to procrastinate," Wendy Goidel, founding and managing member of Melville-based Goidel Law Group and its Estate Planning & Elder Law Center, said during a recent participant-sponsored forum about the state of elder care, held at the offices of Long Island Business News.
Lin and Xian worked with coauthors Wanyun Shao, assistant professor of geography at Auburn; Barry Keim, professor of climatology at LSU; and Kirby Goidel, professor of communication at A&M.
Puesto que el publico y los medios responden con mayor intensidad a la informacion economica negativa que a la positiva (Soroka, 2006; Goidel y Langley, 1995) la cobertura de los contextos de recesion ha gozado de mayor relevancia entre los trabajos de analisis.
Back in the mists of time, Lleyn was partly or wholly inhabited by the Goidel Celts, or Gwyddelod in Welsh, from Ireland.
Goidel, Freeman, and Smentkowski discuss the Bill of Rights, presenting their project as a dispelling of common myths and drawing on the disciplines of history and political science to analyze its intent, application, and current role.
The experimental studies summarized here (Blumberg and Cynamon 1999; Goidel et al.