Naoise


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Naoi·se

 (nē′sē, nā′-)
n.
The husband of Deirdre in Irish legend.
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Naoise

(ˈniːʃə)
n
(European Myth & Legend) Irish myth the husband of Deirdre, killed by his uncle Conchobar. See also Deirdre
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Looking on were Mr Ryan's mother, Christine and his widow Naoise as Fr Forde said "the pain is permanent over the failure to update IT".
More than 40 years after partnering her first winner on Naoise in the Berwickshire Members Race, Duns-based owner/breeder, Doreen Calder remains one of the sport's most enthusiastic and dedicated supporters and was on hand to see her home-bred gelding, Passnotalegend get off the mark on only his second career outing in the Open Maiden Race.
She said: "I had heard the flight had gone down but I didn't realise he was on it until Naoise contacted me."
Evelyn had been fascinated with the tale of Deirdre of the Sorrows, who was said to have fled to Glen Etive with her lover Naoise. As well as the statue of the mythical couple, which had been in the MacDonalds' own garden for years, two standing stones will represent Deirdre and Naoise in The Shieling.
Elsewhere, though, he is traditional enough, as in the poem 'Mur B'e 'n Saoghal is M' Eagal' ('But for the World and My Fear'), with its references to Naoise and Deirdre.
"At the moment the only form of drug treatment available to patients with triple negative breast cancer is chemotherapy," the study's co-author Naoise Synnott, a Ph.D.
Peacefully and with dignity in hospital on 3rd January 2016, Margaret (nee Jetten), beloved wife of Alan and a much loved mother of Richard, David and the late Julia Louise, dearest grandmother to Lily, Noah, and Naoise, dear sister to Christopher.
Naoise can further boost the allweather kitty by winning the Download The Ladbrokes App Handicap at Wolverhampton.
You shouldn't get carried away with these running-on older horses, but Naoise is capable of going close off his current mark (has scored off higher on the all-weather) with conditions to suit.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny, TA naiste Eamon Gilmore and MinisterA of State for European Affairs Lucinda Creighton were joined by Cabinet Ministers, MEPs, the Lord Mayor of Dublin Naoise A MuirA- and other politicians and diplomats at the event.