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plural of, ceilidh
: A. Sinclair et alios,
The Celtic Monthly: A Magazine for Highlanders
, vv. 24"25,
p73; with the same passage also found in:
: John MacCormick
The Island of Mull":"An T-eilean Muileach":"Its History, Scenes and Legends"
p164 (A. Maclaren)
: "ancestors in this hard-fought engagement, and all the details of it are recited with minute exactness around the fireside during the winter .
: William Mackenzie,
Skye Traditions Reflections and Memories
p32 (A. Maclaren & Sons)
: These happy and informative are past, and we are the poorer."Staffin Inn, which is now ""dry," was and still is usually designated An Tigh Ban,"
: The Department of Anthropology of the Catholic University of America,
, vv. 50"51,
p140 (Catholic University of America Press)
: But in an older informant"s memory, became less frequent after World War I. She recalled that the women decided they should have some form of"
: Gaelic Society of Inverness,
Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness
, v. 47,
p84 (The Society)
: The event proved that most of those who loved to attend , to attend the Mods and join in the chorus of "Suas leis a" Ghaidhlig" were not prepared"
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