GAELIC


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GAELICGauteng and Environs Library Consortium (South Africa)
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In this sore and irritable mood did the captain pursue his course, keeping a wary eye on every movement, and bristling up whenever the detested sound of the Gaelic language grated upon his ear.
Nevertheless, he spoke quite sensibly, as if there were no Gaelic souls on earth.
Now the search is on to find this year's winners as the Record proudly launches the seventh Gaelic Awards.
"We must make absolutely sure we are prepared for pupil transition to high school education and that their learning through the medium of Gaelic is continued," Mr Bremner added.
Stirling Gaelic Choir are also going to perform a number of songs following their appearance at the Fife Festival of Music.
Here are some Gaelic words in Scottish nature: Bog: There are more than 40 different words in Gaelic for "bog".
The Scottish Government has set out ambitions to "harness the significant economic potential" of Gaelic in a new blueprint setting out how the language should be promoted to visitors.
Feis Phaislig, Gaelic for Paisley Festival, offered audiences young and old the chance to enjoy a taste of traditional Gaelic music.
John Murray's new study of landscape and place in Gaelic literature follows his valuable earlier book Reading the Gaelic Landscape (2014), which explored in detail the complex Gaelic terminology relating to different kinds of terrain and landscapes.
Ss Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School, part of the Romero Catholic Academy, has won the Coventry Catholic Schools Gaelic Football Tournament.