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Subject: Re: St. Patrick's Day
From: Colin Campbell <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Colin Campbell <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 23 Mar 1995 21:37:45 LCL
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>Hey there in Halifax.  Someone else posted Ciad Mille Failte in what seem'd
>an attempt to correct you, but I have also seen Cead Mile Failte - what gives?
>Sean Fogarty of Brandon, Manitoba, Canada (soon to be Calgary).
>
In Scottish Gaelic both Ciad and Ceud are acceptable spellings of
the word for hundred. Ce/ad is Irish for the same.
  -Here Endeth the linguistic footnote
        le durachdan
             Cailean

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