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  • n. A Gael; a member of the Goidelic division of Celtic languages as opposed to the Brythonic division.


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From Old Irish Goídel ("Gael").


  • The “fifths” (Ulster, Leinster, Connaught, East and West Munster) may date from the Goidel arrival.

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  • Pict, Scot, Goidel, Brython, Dane, and Angle, and we have seen how the country came to be, in some sense, united under a single monarch.

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  • The name Scot which they bore was derived from Scota, daughter of Pharaoh of Egypt, the wife of one of their chiefs; from their chief Miledh they got the name Milesians, and from another chief Goidel they were sometimes called Gadelians, or Gaels.

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  • While on the one hand, Melissa Goidel, SVP of sales at, noted that "Innovation equals revenues" is the main message for clients; Kurt Unkel, SVP at the VivaKi Nerve Center, admitted that it's not as easy as that: "It's difficult to get performance-based clients to try out new platforms," he said.

  • "He's governor largely because of Katrina," Goidel said.

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  • Goidel said he's not surprised small-government conservatives would seek help from Washington in a disaster that threatens the Gulf's water quality and everything that depends on it, from the shrimping industry to tourism.

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  • Goidel said because of the questions asked, the statistics don't really show one way or the other but his gut feeling is that Louisiana is becoming more polarized. Latest News

  • "If you're white, Republican, higher income, you're more likely to be happy with the status quo and to support budget cuts," Goidel said. Latest News

  • Goidel said part of the reason for the decline is that "confidence" numbers hit record highs during the first two years of Jindal's term. Latest News

  • "It's tied to income and race but party is clearly the indicator," Goidel said. Latest News


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