Gorma

Gor´ma


n.1.(Zool.) The European cormorant.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Gorma News Network was succeeded in highlighting the genuine issues of the people.
Bidh clann Dhomhnaill Trump tric ag radh gu bheil e coltach ri luchd-obrach nan leintean gorma, ach a-mhain gu bheil barrachd airgid aige.
The Blue Mountains and other Gaelic Stories from Cape Breton / Na Beanntaichean Gorma agus Sgeulachdan Eile a Ceap Breatainn.
Remember the old saying, 'If I'm gorma sell things that Betty buys, I better see things through Betty's eyes." All human beings have an emotional center a phrase, a topic, a word, that strikes a nerve.
It depicts a scene from The Songs of Selma where Armin, a warrior chieftain from the mythical island of Gorma, looks helplessly on as Arindal, his son, drowns in an attempt to save his sister who is tied to a rock in the sea.
Clare Gorma via email @yahoo.comTHERE has been much in the press about the rising cost of funerals.
A close second to all of that would be Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and my other favourites include Steve Earle and the Dukes, The Travelling Wilburys, Simply Red, Mercedes Soza, Eddie Reader, The Kilcar Pipe band, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, Allanis Morisette, The Campbell's from Na Cruacha Gorma, The Verve and James Byrne.
Scotland keeper Andy Gorma denied Hearts a late victory before a 50,000 crowd at Ibrox with two quite spectacular saves.
You sang: Bye and bye I'm gorma lay down dis heaby load,