MHAC


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MHAC

Abbreviation for:
Mental Health Act Commission, see there
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The MHAC is a "wholly owned and operated" body of the City, and this means that its activities are somewhat constrained.
Nawr, rwy fel arfer yn cadw pecyn gwrth-fiotig yn fy mhac pan af dramor a hynny er nad wyf wedi eu defnyddio unwaith.
"Ro'n i wedi hedfan yno yn gynnar yn y bore bach efo hofrennydd Chinook y fyddin, a chyn i mi ollwng fy mhac wrth y fynedfa dyma'r milwr yma yn dod ata fi efo llond ceg o Gymraeg y Gogledd - 'Dwi di gweld chdi ar telifision do?' Roedd y lle yn llawn Cymry Cymraeg - amryw o ardal Caernarfon ac ro'n i'n teimlo'n reit gartrefol yn syth."
Maire Mhac an tSaoi is here as the prominent poet and linguist who demands respect for artistic work in the Irish language.
His wife poet and author, Maire Mhac an tSaoi, confirmed he had made a payment, but did not disclose the amount.
Yn rhy fuan o'r hanner, a cyn i mi weld chwarter y warchodfa, fe ddaeth yn amser i mi hel fy mhac, ond nid cyn i mi fynd i Gaffi'r Aber i gael paned.
She traces a lineage from Speranza through Katherine Tynan to Eva Gore-Booth, then, across a chasm of decades, to Maire Mhac an tSaoi, and so to contemporary women poets.
Thanks to City Council approval of Denvers first dedicated fund for affordable housing, we are now seeking candidates to serve on a 23-member Mayors Affordable Housing Advisory Committee (MHAC).
Kiberd also notes that a few Irish-language authors, apart from Ni Dhomhnaill, did enter the debate: Alan Titley, Eilis Ni Dhuibhne, Liam O Muirthile, Cathal O Searcaigh, and Maire Mhac an tSaoi.
For example, in Duanaire an Cheid, (The poem book of the century), Denvir stresses that he used "slata tomhais aeisteiticiula agus ealaine amhain sa roghnu a rinneadh" (aesthetic and artistic criteria alone'in the choice that was made), and rejected "aidhmeanna seachas fiuntas sainiuil na ndanta fein" (aims other than the intrinsic value of the poems themselves) Moreover, to keep certain major poets--O Direain, O Riordain, Mhac an tSaoi, Ni Dhomhnaill--from dominating the anthology, he limits any given author to five poems.