gleg

gleg

 (glĕg)
adj. Scots
Alert and quick to respond.

[Middle English, clear-sighted, from Old Norse glöggr; see ghel- in Indo-European roots.]
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gleg

(ɡlɛɡ)
adj
quick; clever
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The event will be on Sunday, April 29, starting at 10am and finishing around 3pm and is organised by Golcar Lily Environment Group (GLEG).
Gleg Clark, finance minister in the UK, said, 'We have concerns on the current banking union proposal especially the potential for the ECB to dominate decisions.
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Poco despues de enterarse sobre la accion tomada por el juez frances, de apellido Gomez, Gleg Wrenn, consejero de asuntos extranjeros de la empresa estadounidense, se comunico via fax con el presidente de LICRA, Patrick Gaubert.
Ilka BIC memmer haes a braw heirskip o leid an aa tha memmers bes reithe furtae hae tha guido tha oncumin oot-tak o tha hale hatterei o leids wi claught ettlin, twinin tha gleg pratticks, skailin wittins an gear an lairnin frae ilk'ane's hannlin in a wheen o sinderie airts.
THE beginning of a daunting three-hole stretch, it's a long gleg with undulating green.
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As Hardie informs Peter Pattieson in The Heart of Mid-lothian's opening chapter, the Tolbooth prison provides compelling evidence of "guilt, crime, imposture, folly, [and] unheard-of misfortunes."(1) Hardie's comment apparently confirms Beiderwell's argument that Scott "wastes no time in establishing the seriousness" of the main story line, and if comedy "grimly" appears, it "does not prevail."(2) A Dumbiedikes "looking unco gleg and canty" (p.
dPyal gyi gDung rabs Gangga'i chu rgyun: bya btang pa Padma rdo rje, Bla chen dPyal gyi gdung rabs rin po che'i za ra tshags zhes bya ba dang/ gDung rabs Gangga'i chu rgyun gnyis gleg bam gcig tu bris pa las/ kun gsal me long che ba bcud ldan bzhugs so, computer version in thiry-three pages.
o rgyan sprul pla'i glegs bam [Emanated Scripture of Orgyen].