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Ringing Armagh from Dublin

What is the best pay as you go deal for ringing and texting from Dublin to Armagh?

3 years, 8 months in Meteor by deirdremf 3 Replies

Diarmuid Ó Gráinne básaithe

Fuair mé rphost an lá cheana á rá go bhfuil an t-údar Diarmuid Ó Gráinne tar éis bás a fháil. Scríobh sé cuid mhaith leabhair, An Traimp, Nead Préacháin srl. Súil agam castáil aríst leis nuair a shroichfeas mé féin Magh Meall amach anseo

5 years, 8 months in Teach na nGealt by deirdremf 1 Reply 393 Views 1 Thank

Beagán gramadaí

'barr dorais' top of A door 'dath an tí', 'hata an fhir' the colour of THE house, the hat of THE man/ the man's hat I hope that clears up the misunderstanding

7 years, 5 months in Gaeilge (Irish) by deirdremf 117 Replies 14,333 Views 2 Thanks

Zip problem

Hi girls, I've got this nice jacket, but a tooth came off the zip and the slider of the zip somehow fell off when I was out one day. Now I know that I could get the zip replaced, but they don't usually do a very good job, and it can be very difficult to find the right colour zip in any case. So

4 years, 11 months in Fashion & Appearance by deirdremf 2 Replies 164 Views

Broken Zip

Hi I've got this nice jacket, but a tooth came off the zip and the slider of the zip somehow fell off when I was out one day. Now I know that I could get the zip replaced, but they don't usually do a very good job, and it can be very difficult to find the right colour zip in any case. So what I wa

4 years, 11 months in Arts & Crafts by deirdremf 5 Replies 388 Views

Ryanair check in

I'm having a problem with ryanair checkin. I'm leaving tomorrow, and I don't feel like paying for my seat on my return journey in 10 days time, so I have unchecked the "check in now" box for the return leg - but the screen then hangs, and won't let me go any further. Has anyone else had this proble

5 years, 1 month in Travel by deirdremf 5 Replies 725 Views

500,000 ag agóid i gcoinne an Troika i Liospóin inné

Bhí agóid mhór i Liospóin inné. Bhí suas le leathmhilliún ann, ag déanamh agóide i gcoinne an troika agus polasaí na gciorraithe atá ag an rialtas agus ag an Aontas Eorpach. http://www.vilaweb.cat/noticia/4090692/20130303/lisboa-esdeve-clam-imposicions-troica-portugal.html Tá an t-amhrán "Grandola

6 years, 2 months in Teach na nGealt by deirdremf 212 Views

Croissants in Tesco

There are two Tescos close to where I live, one a supermarket and the other a Tesco Express. The Tesco supermarket used to have the best croissants around, light inside and flaky on the outside. Late last summer, I noticed that although the croissants they make looked as good as ever, they were not

7 years, 4 months in Food by deirdremf 4 Replies 1,019 Views

Toghchán 2011: FG agus an Ghaeilge

Is minic a chloistear faoi phleananna chun fáil réidh leis an nGaeilge nó le rud eicínt a bhaineann leithi. Sna 40í, a thúisce a tháinig an chéad comhrialtas idir FG agus an Lucht Oibre i gcumhacht, socraíodh gan ach leagan Béarla d'fhoirmeacha a fhoilsiú. Sna 70í, shocraigh an comhrialtas deireadh

8 years, 4 months in Teach na nGealt by deirdremf 17 Replies 3,339 Views

Dart planning

I think the work was carried out by Siemens, and they imported a Turkish workforce to carry out the upgrade (at a time of huge emigration!!!)

6 months in Commuting & Transport by deirdremf 22 Replies 680 Views

The rise of fascism in the 21st Century

The Nazis were extreme fascists. You don't have to exterminate Jews, Gypsies or homosexuals to be a fascist

6 months, 2 weeks in After Hours by deirdremf 244 Replies 8,735 Views 3 Thanks

The Irish language

because this is the choice we as a political entity have made, and all polls and surveys continue to suggest that our choice as a nation has not changed. Really? like skive off behind the bicycle shed to smoke a fag or a joint? Cos don't fool yourself, that is very often what happens when kids

7 months, 1 week in After Hours by deirdremf 122 Replies 3,659 Views 1 Thank

The Irish language

Personally, I think you've absolutely no idea of what you're saying here. 1. the best time to learn a language is when you have a use for it 2. Irish is a useful language - although maybe not to you; your loss 3. most Irish people learn a third language at secondary school; I wonder how well you lea

7 months, 1 week in After Hours by deirdremf 122 Replies 3,659 Views 1 Thank

The Irish language

Cos this is Ireland maybe? To give you a more specific reason, the names of most of the places around the country have no meaning outside the Irish language. All sorts of history, geography, legend etc is contained in the names. With Irish you might understand some of these references, and learn som

7 months, 1 week in After Hours by deirdremf 122 Replies 3,659 Views 1 Thank

The Irish language

Who stopped you learning French and German?

7 months, 1 week in After Hours by deirdremf 122 Replies 3,659 Views 1 Thank