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bastardly gullion

obsolete An extremely vile, despicable, and/or worthless person; a person of low birth or esteem; the bastard son of a bastard. "Guillion," a dialectical variation of "cullion," is an archaic term for a contemptible, mean-spirited, or vulgar person; "bastardly" is used to further emphasize this. The scoundrel, the bastardly gullion! He has robbed us of all we own, and after we had the decency of giving him shelter for a night!
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Mayor Daire Hughes commended the work in particular of the Culloville Development Association who had the foresight to develop such an exciting project and to Councillors and officials within the Slieve Gullion area who guided, advised and lobbied for them throughout the process.
According to Gullion, Caffey had come to his office sometime between November 1937 and April 1938 and told Gullion that
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Stavridis earned a PhD and MALD from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in International Relations in 1984, where he won the Gullion Prize as outstanding student.
Fleming also reposed an internal memo from Lauren Gullion, head of communications for PMC, who called Waxman's report "libelous," "defamatory" and a "complete fabrication.
He notes, in footnote 1 of chapter 4, that "Official legend has it that Edward [sic--should be Edmund] Gullion [dean at the Tufts Fletcher School], coined the term 'public diplomacy' in 1965.
We hosted a Traditional Games workshop at OPK school to learn the games and how to make the playing equipment used to play these games," said organizer Christine Gullion.
The Belfast man believes he can finally fulfil his potential by beating British champ Gary Sykes on Friday in Huddersfield - and if he does, he will point to his roadwork up Slieve Gullion.
also use magnetic and petrofabric analysis and field structural measurements to reassess the emplacement of ring dykes in Slieve Gullion Igneous Centre, Northern Ireland, and suggest that the complex was emplaced as a series of subhorizontal sheets.
We look forward to embracing these opportunities that lie ahead by bringing the SJ30 to market in large-scale production," said Joseph Gullion, COO, Emivest Aerospace Corporation.
Gullion as ambassador to Vietnam, Lodge's defiance of his orders and the defiance of generals of an order, conveyed through Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, to devise a plan for quick withdrawal of all troops from Vietnam--also cuts across more conventional understandings of the history of that period.
We look forward to embracing these opportunities that lie ahead by bringing the SJ30 to market in large scale production," said Joseph Gullion, COO, Emivest Aerospace Corporation.
John was born, reared, and died in Mullaghbawn, in South Armagh, on the hip of Slieve Gullion, a magic mountain much associated with Irish myth and legend.
A fourth soldier, Corporal Gullion, had been on patrol with Blanc and had not yet turned in.
222) It was Gullion who made Mitchell look weak, ill informed and erratic during a devastating cross-examination.