Tuath


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Tuath

An obsolete Irish unit of area equivalent to 4,320 acres.
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(67) The tuath can therefore be seen to have conspired in allowing the king to exercise his executive functions and authority so that the office maintained social order, prosperity, and honour.
An Tuath Nua is also speaking to two journalists about their experience of supernatural stories.
Garadh a' Bhagh a' Tuath, a horticulture-based project offering a range of activities to the community on the Isle of Barra, will soon have a base of its own thanks to a funding campaign.
'S ann an ceann a tuath na Spainne a chuala mi a' chiad chuthag am-bliadhna.
Chan e nach robh fasgadh acasan bho'n a' ghaoth a tuath 's an ear-thuath, ach cha robh moran grian ann bho thainig na sitheanan orra, agus mar sin bha'd a' sabaist an fhuachd.
ANN an ceann a tuath na Spainn chaidh mi seachad air beinn air a leth-chladhach airson chlachan-buinn an rathaid air an robh mi a' siubhal.
Both have been busy trying to convert customers at An Tuath Nua in Buncrana to support their teams.
As deidh an tide mhath, abair gun thionndaidh i, le gaoth fhuar a's an airde tuath, agus muill uisge aig amanan a tha trom dha rireabh.
Far an robh sinn, fada gu tuath, cha robh sguel air helicopters agus far am b' abhaist bailtean a bhith cha robh sgeul air daoine.
The schoolboy, who features on the TG4 lifestyle show An Tuath Nua, calculates the amount of insulin he needs by the amount of carbohydrates he eats and simply types the amount into the pump and slots it into an opening in his hip.