Definitions

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  • proper noun A male given name; the Scottish Gaelic equivalent of John.

Etymologies

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From Scottish Gaelic.

Examples

  • If the Tories want to reach out to the middle ground whilst also having people with fundamental links to the Thatcher era, a foot in both camps candidate, then Iain is their man.

    Iain Dale on Bracknell shortlist ?

  • I read that Iain is now off to a family party for his father's 80th birthday.

    Sorry Iain

  • Iain is pretty much the Face Of Blogging in the mainstream media.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Don't you realise that Iain is not allowed out at night's without her?

    Iain Dale and Ann Widdecombe

  • Last year I wrote in Iain Dale's guide to political blogging that I felt the awards were too self congratulatory, rather too on message, and the judges rather self selecting in that the same people and the same "friends" get chosen every time.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Iain is pretty much the Face Of Blogging in the mainstream media.

    Top UK political blogs

  • I read that Iain is now off to a family party for his father's 80th birthday.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Last year I wrote in Iain Dale's guide to political blogging that I felt the awards were too self congratulatory, rather too on message, and the judges rather self selecting in that the same people and the same "friends" get chosen every time.

    No nominations please

  • After a very long dry spell, the Culture is back in Iain M. Banks 'new novel, Matter.

    February 2008

  • New visitors may be interested to learn that this blog appeared at number 90 in Iain Dale's poll of the top 100 right of centre blogs.

    Archive 2008-01-01

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