|NOUN || Erse | - |
|SYNO ||Erse | Gaelic | Goidelic|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- One historic event said to have taken place here in 1134 was a battle between Owain Gwynedd, the first king of Wales, and the armies of the Erse, Manx and Norsemen, who had invaded the island.
- The book has an "English and Scotch Index of the Names of Plants" which however is entirely in English, the "Erse Index" of Gaelic names following the list of English ones.
- Due to the large number of farms that grow the crop alfalfa it has become known as the "Hay Capital of the Univ"erse".
- In 1760, Macpherson published the English-language text "Fragments of ancient poetry, collected in the Highlands of Scotland, and translated from the Gaelic or Erse language".
- Margo was the location of Daniel Westenburgs political thriller "The boays a total erse" about the Enron scandal and coprophagous US senators.
- Among Raisi's works are as follows: The books of "Lectures on the rules of jurisprudence" including 3 volumes (in judicial, economic and religious sections); Erse-Bi-Wares (Inheritance without heirs); Conflict of principle and appearance in jurisprudence and law.
- "Revtraviricetes" is a class of viruses that contains all viruses that encode a reverse transcriptase.
- His correspondence with "noted antiquarians" led him to the conclusion that inscription contains "four characters corresponding to the Ancient Greek; four Etruscan; five Runic; six ancient Gallic; seven old Erse; ten Phoenician; fourteen old British; sixteen Celtiberic, with some resemblance to the Hebrew".
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