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AIRTAirborne Infrared Transmissometer
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(19) My translation; Mac Airt, 150: "do chuir ar ar bharda an aolchaisleain."
En cuanto a las publicaciones, en versiones iniciales de los congresos mundiales de la AIRT, en los 60s y 70s, el pais anfitrion editaba y publicaba las ponencias en el libro memorias del evento, con el tiempo el volumen de ponencias obligaba a editar y publicarlas en varios volumenes.
That McCarthy has some awareness of the Mac Airt legend seems almost certain: biographers note Cormac McCarthy's name change (from Charles) and its resulting resemblance to the Irish high king of legend whose name is spelled, among other varieties, Cormac Macarthaigh, Mac Airt, or McCarthy (Arnold "Intro" 2, Brickman 123).
"Crabapple on the prostate!" Below my croker the urologist knows the ogive In his clambering, digit inserted in airt. He is the Hawkshaw of my stercory.
AirT, through its various subsidiaries, provides overnight air freight service to the express delivery industry as well as aircraft parts brokerage, engine overhaul management and aircraft component repair services.
13 Mac Airt and Mac Niocaill, Annals of Ulster, 100-3.
Related to the Fenian sagas is a series of tales concerning Cormac mac Airt, his grandfather Conn of the Hundred Battles, and his son Cairbre of the Liffey.
RILEY KEVIN FRANCIS M [sup.3] AIRT [sup.3] IN June 19, 2009 Peacefully in hospital Aged 52 years ( Happy memories Kevies, goodnight my Luvvie Chops - give me a shout if you need me.
For example, it was rather astonishing to see Ireland's most famous, traditional lyric, the Caoineadh Airt Ui Laoghaire ("Keen for Art O'Leary," 1773), lamented by Eibhlin Ni Chonaill over the corpse of her murdered husband, completely overlooked.
AEGI gaie (7) AEGN gane AEGR rage AEGS sage AEGT gate AEIN aine (6) AEIR aire AEIS saie (6) AEIT itea EENR near AENS sane AENT neat AERS eras AERT rate AEST seat AGIN agin AGIR gair AGIS gais (7) AGIT gait AGNR gran AGNS snag AGNT gnat AGRS rags AGRT grat AGST stag AINR rain AINS sain AINT anti AIRS airs AIRT airt AIST airs ANRS arns ARNT rant ANST tans ARST star EGIN glen EGIR geir (7) EGIS egis EGIT tige EGNR gren (7) EGNS gens EGNT gent ERGS ergs ERGT gret (6) EGST gest EINR rein EINS sine EINT tine EIRS rise EIRT tire EIST site ENRS eros ERNT rent ENST nest ERST rest GINR grin GINS gins GINT ting GIRS rigs GIRT girt GIST gist GNRS GNRT GNST GRST INRS fins INRT trin INST tins IRST stir NRST