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45 examples of  diarmuid  in sentences

45 examples of diarmuid in sentences

These creatures are of the race of the white stag that flits in and out of the tales of Arthur, and of the evil pig that slew Diarmuid where Ben Bulben mixes with the sea wind.

In fulfilment of the prophecy of Columcille and other holy men that Mochuda should be expelled from Rahen the king of Tara, Blathmac, the son of Aodh Slaine, and his brother Diarmuid came, together with some clergy of the Cluain Earaird [Clonard] community, to carry out the eviction

They encamped near Rahen and the king sent his brother Diarmuid with some others to expel Mochuda and to put him out by forcewhich Diarmuid pledged his word he should do.

They encamped near Rahen and the king sent his brother Diarmuid with some others to expel Mochuda and to put him out by forcewhich Diarmuid pledged his word he should do.

It was in the choir at prayer that Diarmuid found Mochuda.

Mochuda, though he knew his mission, asked Diarmuid why he was come and what he sought.

Diarmuid replied that he came by order of King Blathmac to take him by the hand and put him out of that establishment and to banish him from Meath.

"By my word," answered Diarmuid, "I shall never be guilty of such a crime; let him who chooses do it.

Diarmuid returned to the king and told him that he could do no injury to Mochuda.

The king retorted [sarcastically and] in anger, "What a valiant man you are, Diarmuid."

Diarmuid replied:"That is just what Mochuda promised that I should be a warrior of God."

He was known as Diarmuid Ruanaidh thenceforth, for the whole assembly cried out with one voicetruly he is Valiant (Ruanaidh).

Diarmuid (Ibid).

In fulfilment of the prophecy of Columcille and other holy men that Mochuda should be expelled from Rahen the king of Tara, Blathmac, the son of Aodh Slaine, and his brother Diarmuid came, together with some clergy of the Cluain Earaird [Clonard] community, to carry out the eviction

They encamped near Rahen and the king sent his brother Diarmuid with some others to expel Mochuda and to put him out by forcewhich Diarmuid pledged his word he should do.

They encamped near Rahen and the king sent his brother Diarmuid with some others to expel Mochuda and to put him out by forcewhich Diarmuid pledged his word he should do.

It was in the choir at prayer that Diarmuid found Mochuda.

Mochuda, though he knew his mission, asked Diarmuid why he was come and what he sought.

Diarmuid replied that he came by order of King Blathmac to take him by the hand and put him out of that establishment and to banish him from Meath.

"By my word," answered Diarmuid, "I shall never be guilty of such a crime; let him who chooses do it.

Diarmuid returned to the king and told him that he could do no injury to Mochuda.

The king retorted [sarcastically and] in anger, "What a valiant man you are, Diarmuid."

Diarmuid replied:"That is just what Mochuda promised that I should be a warrior of God."

He was known as Diarmuid Ruanaidh thenceforth, for the whole assembly cried out with one voicetruly he is Valiant (Ruanaidh).

Diarmuid (Ibid).

R104716, 29Dec52, Bertrand Russell (A) RUSSELL, DIARMUID C. Voices of the stones.

R109019, 18Mar53, Diarmuid C. Russell (C) ST.

SEE Runyon, Damon. RUSSELL, DIARMUID.

Diarmuid Russell (PPW of G. Russell), Phillips Ketchum, Natalie Hoyt & Augustus W. Soule, Jr. (E of L. K. Porter); 12Feb65; R355409. RUSSELL, HAROLD G. The use of books and libraries; a syllabus.

By Diarmuid Russell. NM: introd., notes & compilation.

R104716, 29Dec52, Bertrand Russell (A) RUSSELL, DIARMUID C. Voices of the stones.

R109019, 18Mar53, Diarmuid C. Russell (C) ST.

SEE Runyon, Damon. RUSSELL, DIARMUID.

Diarmuid Russell (PPW of G. Russell), Phillips Ketchum, Natalie Hoyt & Augustus W. Soule, Jr. (E of L. K. Porter); 12Feb65; R355409. RUSSELL, HAROLD G. The use of books and libraries; a syllabus.

By Diarmuid Russell. NM: introd., notes & compilation.

" Was there some thought of his daughter Grania in Cormac's mind, behind these keen-edged; words?of Grania, beloved of Diarmuid?

A banquet was set in the great House of Mead, and Find and his men were there, Diarmuid son of Duibnรฉ being also there, best beloved among Find's warriors.

This grace fell to the lady Grania, whose whole heart rose up against her grey-bearded lover, and was indeed set on Diarmuid the son of Duibnรฉ.

Grania compounded a dreamy draught to mix with the mead, so that all the chieftains and warriors, with Cormac and Find himself, even while praising the drink, fell straightway a-nodding, and were soon in silent sleep, all except Ossin and Diarmuid, whom Grania had bidden not to drink.

Then Grania, her voice all tremulous with tears, told to Ossin the fate that awaited her, looking at him, but speaking for Diarmuid; bewailing bitterly the misery of fair youth in the arms of withered eld, and at last turning and openly begging Diarmuid to save her from her fate.

Then Grania, her voice all tremulous with tears, told to Ossin the fate that awaited her, looking at him, but speaking for Diarmuid; bewailing bitterly the misery of fair youth in the arms of withered eld, and at last turning and openly begging Diarmuid to save her from her fate.

To carry away a king's daughter, betrothed to the leader of the warriors, was a perilous thing, and Diarmuid's heart stood still at the thought of it; yet Grania's tears prevailed, and they two fled forth that night to the hills and forests.

Finally, after a year's joyful and fearsome fleeing, the Fian warriors everywhere aiding them for love of Diarmuid, swift death came upon Diarmuid, and Grania was left desolate.

Finally, after a year's joyful and fearsome fleeing, the Fian warriors everywhere aiding them for love of Diarmuid, swift death came upon Diarmuid, and Grania was left desolate.

But Angus the Ever-Young, guardian Genius of the pyramid-shrine of Brugh by the Boyne, De Danaan dweller in the secret house, Angus of the Immortals received the spirit of Diarmuid, opening for him the ways of the hidden world.