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2004, University heritage series (Cork, Ireland)., ISBN 9781859183205, vii, 24
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1991, Maynooth monographs, ISBN 9781870684170, Volume 4, xii, 211
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Ériu, ISSN 0332-0758, 1/2015, Volume 65, pp. 137 - 168
This paper is one in a series investigating women in Classical Irish poetry. The subject on this occasion is the patron’s wife. The paper examines how a... 
Women | Daughters | Poetic themes | Husbands | Sons | Irish poetry | Poetic meter | Ancestry | Poetry | Classical poetry
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Ériu, ISSN 0332-0758, 2014, Volume 64, pp. 145 - 203
This paper offers an edition of two poems attributed to Muireadhach Leasa an Doill/Albanach Ó Dálaigh and addressed to Domhnall Mór (mac Éigneacháin) Ó... 
Anger | Poetic themes | Irish poetry | Poetic meter | Couplets | Poetry | Classical poetry | Exile | Religious poetry | Rhyme
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Ériu, ISSN 0332-0758, 2014, Volume 64, pp. 213 - 227
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Ériu, ISSN 0332-0758, 1/2015, Volume 65, pp. 177 - 178
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Eriu, ISSN 0332-0758, 2015, Volume 65, p. 175
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Eriu, ISSN 0332-0758, 2015, Volume 65, pp. 177 - 178
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Ériu, ISSN 0332-0758, 1/2015, Volume 65, pp. 175 - 175
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2016, The Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Celtic publications series, ISBN 1611478359, xxi, 350 pages
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Ériu, ISSN 0332-0758, 1/2013, Volume 63, Issue 1, pp. 117 - 143
Given the importance attached in Bardic poetry to the nobility and genealogy of the patrons addressed, it is perhaps not surprising that surnames and words... 
Descendants | Adjectivals | Family names | Nouns | Words | Irish poetry | Poetic meter | Poetry | Adjectives | Scions | adjective | Celtic literature | stylistics | linguistic approach | Irish Gaelic language (Old) | syntax | semantics | surnames | Irish Gaelic language literature | 400-1499 Medieval period | Irish literature | poetry
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by Feig, Denice S and Donovan, Lois E and Corcoy, Rosa and Murphy, Helen R and Murphy, Kellie E and Amiel, Stephanie A and Hunt, Katharine F and Asztalos, Elizabeth and Barrett, Jon F R and Sanchez, J Johanna and de Leiva, Alberto and Hod, Moshe and Jovanovic, Lois and Keely, Erin and McManus, Ruth and Hutton, Eileen K and Meek, Claire L and Stewart, Zoe A and Wysocki, Tim and O'Brien, Robert and Ruedy, Katrina and Kollman, Craig and Tomlinson, George and Grisoni, Jeannie and Byrne, Carolyn and Davenport, Katy and Neoh, Sandra and Gougeon, Claire and Oldford, Carolyn and Young, Catherine and Green, Louisa and Rossi, Benedetta and Rogers, Helen and Cleave, Barbara and Strom, Michelle and Adelantado, Juan María and Isabel Chico, Ana and Tundidor, Diana and Malcolm, Janine and Henry, Kathy and Morris, Damian and Morris, Juliet and Rayman, Gerry and Fowler, Duncan and Mitchell, Susan and Rosier, Josephine and Temple, Rosemary and Turner, Jeremy and Canciani, Gioia and Hewapathirana, Niranjala and Piper, Leanne and Kudirka, Anne and Watson, Margaret and Bonomo, Matteo and Pintaudi, Basilio and Bertuzzi, Federico and Daniela, Giuseppina and Mion, Elena and Lowe, Julia and Halperin, Ilana and Rogowsky, Anna and Adib, Sapida and Lindsay, Robert and Carty, David and Crawford, Isobel and Mackenzie, Fiona and McSorley, Therese and Booth, John and McInnes, Natalia and Smith, Ada and Stanton, Irene and Tazzeo, Tracy and Weisnagel, John and Mansell, Peter and Jones, Nia and Babington, Gayna and Spick, Dawn and MacDougall, Malcolm and Chilton, Sharon and Cutts, Terri and Perkins, Michelle and Scott, Eleanor and Endersby, Del and Dover, Anna and Dougherty, Frances and Johnston, Susan and Heller, Simon and Novodorsky, Peter and Hudson, Sue and Nisbet, Chloe and Ransom, Thomas and Coolen, Jill and Baxendale, Darlene and Holt, Richard and Forbes, Jane and Martin, Nicki and Walbridge, Fiona and Dunne, Fidelma and Conway, Sharon and Egan, Aoife and ... and CONCEPTT Collaborative Group and CONCEPTT Collaborative Grp
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 11/2017, Volume 390, Issue 10110, pp. 2347 - 2359
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ÉRIU, ISSN 0332-0758, 01/2013, Volume 63, Issue 1, pp. 155 - 158
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ERIU, ISSN 0332-0758, 01/2013, Volume 63, pp. 155 - 158
The present subjunctive of the verb do-ni is presented as follows in IGT iii [sec]1: Ge chuin do-near, ge chuin na dearnar; ge chuin do-neis a.s, o indscni... 
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