Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of Gael.

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Examples

  • Samhan was the most dominant force in the conference, and the Gaels were the best perimeter shooting team in the conference (40.6 percent on 3-pointers).

    West Coast Conference

  • Well, Mr. Wikipedia says that the Latin scoti refers to Gaels aka natives of the Emerald Isle.

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  • The Gaels were a subset of the indigenous Celts who inhabited much of Europe, to include Ireland, in early history.

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  • The Gaels are a perfect 14-0 at home this season with only four more games left at McKeon Pavilion.

    The Seattle Times

  • One bright spot for the Gaels was the superb play of Machado, who logged a career-high 16 assists with 8 points, but he was in no mood to talk about milestones.

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  • Walters conceded the Gaels are a composed, tough group.

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  • Thomson said the increased confidence she's gained from her years with the Gaels is the reason she's developed from a third-line checker into one of the top goal-scorers in the province.

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  • The Gaels are a strong part of the Irish community, Delaney said.

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  • The Gaels were the only team from California to win their first two games of the tournament and reach the Sweet 16.

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  • With two point guards on the floor who can also shoot in McConnell and Dellavedova, an outstanding passing and shooting big man in Allen, and a 3-point threat in small forward Clint Steindl, the Gaels are a difficult team to defend.

    Brownsville Herald :

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