CUPLA

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CUPLAComitato Unitario Pensionati Lavoro Autonomo (Italian: Independent Work Unit Pensioners)
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Primul model ar corespunde, in planul cunoasterii, "dorintei de a ajunge la un adevar unitar si totalizant", fapt ce s-ar preta "la practica unitara si totalizanta a celor ce administreaza sistemul", in timp ce al doilea (derivat din "teoria critica"), "datorita faptului ca se sprijina pe un dualism de principiu si manifesta neincredere fata de sinteze si reconcilieri", s-ar cupla, epistemologic, cu dualitatea adevarului, cu binaritatea lui.
lad sdsta go bhfuil se thart sasta go bhfuil an file Bearla ag teacht i mo dhiaidh le cupla sceal grin a chuirfidh reiteach ar an snag seo san oiche Sometimes, you get tired of talking to lazy Irish ears.
Heavy metal bands including penknifelovelife, Lavotchkin, Rise With The Fallen, Ella and Mea Cupla have already agreed to perform.
'mar scriobhann Alan Titley ar chuma a d'aiteodh ort nar chuaigh aon tra riamh ar fhorbairt na Gaeilge, agus go raibh cupla milliun leitheoiri aige a bhi sean-oilte da reir sin ar ciutai uile foclaiochta is machnaimh ata ag iomlasc go mearbhallach meidhreach ar fud a chuid scriobhneoireachta.'
It was first blood to the Irish and favourite-backers as the Hughes-trained Cupla Cairde just prevailed under Paul Carberry in a thrilling finish to the Gen Re Juvenile Novices' Hurdle.
(22) Goldammer, "Cupla patris?" 147; auch Franz Stuckert.
The terms "Irish-Irelander" and "Gaelic Leaguer" must account for those whose interest in the language was piqued enough to learn what the Irish refer to as the "cupla focal" ("few words"), but who came to see the "minor points" of the revival as of nearly equal importance to language preservation.
In the Gaeltacht region of west Donegal, the strong connections between Scots and Irish through the Gaelic language mean it's not so hard to share a 'cupla focal' (few words).