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“Elpin or Alpin in the Pictish lists of Kenneth MacAlpin fame looks like a form of the name Elphin or Elfin that appears in Brittonic genealogies, some aren't.”
“I would have deleted most of the New Champions (Fatale, Elphin, Feral, Blackwolf and Rainbow Triumph) and all of the other superheroes (Galatea, Bluetooth, Phenom, Go-Man, Lightwave, Regina and Stormcloud).”
“Elphin: The extraordinary form Mass is celebrated annually at a Mass Rock outside Sligo Town.”
“Its first known appearance was in 1829 in The Misfortunes of Elphin, written by the English satirical writer Thomas Love Peacock.”
“It's been a while since I've read it, though; I was virtually certain that the song that begins, "Primary chief bard am I to Elphin," had the line "I am a word in letters"; but it doesn't.”
“On his recovery he was placed under the charge of the Rev.Mr. Griffin, schoolmaster of Elphin, in Roscommon, and became an inmate in the house of his uncle, John Goldsmith, Esq., of Ballyoughter, in that vicinity.”
“At length, in the urgency of his impatience, Morton could not forbear exclaiming, in a tone of hasty impatience, “Down, Elphin! down, sir!””
“So he told her how Elphin, the son of Gwyddon, found him cast up on the shore in a wicker and leather coracle, how he brought the babe home and how his wife and he raised the foundling as though he was their own son.”
“College, Dublin; was ordained deacon in 1702; priest in 1703; became a prebendary of St. Patrick's, Dublin, in 1707; chancellor of that cathedral in 1714; vicar-general of the diocese of Dublin in 1720; vicar of Finglas, near Dublin, in the same year; præcentor of Christ Church, Dublin, in 1722; bishop of Clonfert in the same year; bishop of Elphin in 1724; archbishop of Cashel in 1729; to which diocese he bequeathed his valuable library.”
“His mother was a daughter of Simon Digby, bishop of Elphin.”
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