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This has the advantage of giving a parallel to 'brontne ceol' instead of a kenning for 'go.'
However, some Gaelic-language text remains enshrined in the names of Highland bagpipe tunes, especially those of the earliest genre, ceol mor, now generally referred to as piobaireachd or, in its anglicised form, pibroch.
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O'Connor's Bar, a traditional Irish bar in Ballycastle County Antrim, is the place where everyone stopping for a drink experiences the unique mix of 'craic agus ceol' fun and music.
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Bhí ceol agus craic óiche dé sathairn, le roinnt amhránaíocht den scoth le Fintan Warfield, agus go leor eile, le iarracht den scoth ag David Collins ar Peigín Leitir Mór
The parade spills over through many neighborhoods and college campuses of the city throughout the day, and the craic agus ceol continues deep into the darkness.
The organisers of the event had described it as a night of 'craic agus ceol' (fun and music).
Idn - ceol. & fere fubulata • FIos terminalis » gran« dis • CaU calycutatus • Cor. fature aurantiaca •
_liburnam, ced_, where _ced_ is an editorial misreading for _ceol_.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"
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October 5, 2008