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  • Up and over the bealach, back down the hairpin bends, a right turn to the sea, and the van reached the fishing port and the ferry crossing to Skye.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen A. D. Scott 2010

  • P.T.O. - tacaíocht a thabhairt do chur chuige struchtúrtha tomhaiste an Rialtais maidir leis na saincheisteanna a fhearann ar an earnáil airgeadais i gcoitinne, arb é an bealach is fearr é chun leasanna na hearnála airgeadais agus leasanna an gheilleagair atá ag téarnamh a áirithiú agus aird ag an Rialtas ar cheanglais an He3 2010

  • "_S iomaidh bealach fliuch salach agas boithrin cam_ --

    The Wind Bloweth Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne 1908


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  • In a range of hills, or especially of mountains, a pass (also gap, notch, col, saddle, bwlch, brennig or bealach) is a lower point that allows easier access through a range.

    June 26, 2008

  • Bealach is just the Gaelic word for 'way' or 'path'.

    June 26, 2008