DAIL


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AcronymDefinition
DAILDisabilities, Aging and Independent Living
DAILDisability Arts in London (UK)
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Mr Naughten said: "I haven't ignored any decision made by Dail Eireann and absolutely will be considering the decision that was made today.
Ond o ddeall o'r erthygl am ddefnydd y dail fel triniaeth i afiechydion yr ysgyfaint y mae yn awr yn ymddangos fod y cyngor gwamal a gefais flynyddoedd maith yn ol yn un doeth iawn.
But our tastes were so alike that they were nearly interchangeable, and when Dail would say "Sweetie
Coordinate 380 extension-related projects to be developed by DAILs and approved by MAIL or donors.
According to the records Mr Adams, who is paid EUR92,000 a year and claimed EUR48,000 in expenses last year, missed 17 of the 68 days on which the Dail sat.
Such a development would nevertheless see him "double job" with seats in both Westminster and the Dail if he were to successfully contest the Louth constituency.
In addition to his textbook, Dr Dail will be remembered for his many other significant contributions to pathology.
Sanghera, her daughter Amrita and Dail had all admitted conspiracy to murder at an earlier hearing.
DLA fills combatant commanders' supply requisitions from its stateside- or overseas-based depots, Dail said.
Dail said his staff had to break down an "informational wall" that existed between officials in the US and the forces operating oversees.
Under the leadership of Michael Collins, the newly appointed Minister of Finance, the Dail in late 1919 began the process of soliciting an internal loan to fund the activities of the insurgent Sinn Fein government.
The legislation setting up Horse Racing Ireland-the new controlling body for Irish racing-is expected to be introduced in the Dail when it