Scottish Gaelic

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the Gaelic of Scotland

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Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland MP Tom Blenkinsop Tweeted "Dear Mhairi, you're a nationalist, espousing nationalism.
Gofynnwyd i Mhairi gyflwyno ei henw fel ymgeisydd seneddol SNP.
Mhairi had suffered preterm premature rupture of membranes and later was diagnosed with placenta previa--where the placenta forms underneath the baby and can cause bleeding and infection.
Happier meeting: Iona with dad Scott, mum Mhairi and Greg Markham, who was first to arrive at the scene.
Mhairi laughed: "I think everything that could go wrong did go wrong.
On weekends, Mhairi will join husband Jason and their daughters, Laura, 14, and Helen, 10, on bike rides from their home in Coulby Newham to the countryside of Stokesley, Great Ayton and North Yorkshire.
Andy Bird and Mhairi McEwan are both highly experienced international marketing practitioners.
Mhairi Craig, from Shelter Scotland, is a support and development worker, who has been a link between this community and the outside world since 2009.
Braveheart star girl Mhairi Calvey has revealed her love of Flora MacDonald as she prepares for her role in a Jacobite epic.
Mhairi Black, who as a 20-year-old student was voted MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire South in May amid a wave of SNP dominance in Scotland, received widespread praise for her maiden speech in the House of Commons during the Budget last week.
The rousing address by the SNP's Mhairi Black, 20, which laid into Tory cuts and took a swipe at Labour, has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times.
Soprano Mhairi Lawson Something very different is promised in Phantom Voices: A History of Music in Seven Hauntings at Culture Lab, King's Walk, on March 5 when vocal group The Clerks promise a journey through musical 'hauntings' to explore the way we hear and remember music.
Pharmacology honours graduate Mhairi Anderson, 27, has joined the board with the aspiration of encouraging more young people to take up careers in the process industries.