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"Nuala" is a 2011 biographical documentary film directed by Patrick Farrelly and Kate O'Callaghan.


  1. Nuala is a fictional character from the 1999 film Eyes Wide Shut.
  2. Nuala is a fictional character from the 1986 film Eat the Peach.
  3. Nuala is a fictional film character.

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Google previewThe Routledge Handbook of Global Child Welfare (2017)

by Pat Dolan, Nick Frost

Nuala is an appointed member of the Council of Europe and European Commission Youth Partnership Pool of European Youth Researchers (PEYR). Nuala holds a BA, MA and PhD from UCD Ireland. Gary Craig is Professor Emeritus of ...

Google previewIrish Modernism and the Global Primitive (2008)

by C. Culleton, Maria McGarrity

Beautiful and headstrong, Nuala is a throwback to earlier, sexualized representations of the Irish colleen, akin more to Thomas Alfred Jones's painting, Molly Macree, from the 1860s, which “depicts a contemplative young woman, simply ...

Google previewTribal Melodies of Himachal Pradesh (1998)

Gaddi folk music by Manorma Sharma

Nuala, Vishu and Patrodu are the main festivals which are celebrated during the months of February, April and July respectively, coinciding with Shivratri, Baisakhi and Sawan. NUALA Nuala is a unique festival of Gaddis inhabited in the ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Celtic Mythology and Folklore (2009)

by Patricia Monaghan

Nuala Irish heroine. This name is often used as a shortened version of FIONNUALA, but it is also given to the FAIRY QUEEN otherwise known as ÚNA, who was the lover of the king of the FAIRIES, FINNBHEARA. nuckelavee ...

Google previewThe Panjábí Dictionary (1895)

by Maya Singh, Henry Martyn Clark

NUALA <5*H'<W *□ »»• A small quantity of food, a mouthful : — nudli pidld, «. to. Eating and drinking : — nvdle pidle de ydr, s. to. The friends of eating and drinking.

Google previewThe Klamath Indians of Southwestern Oregon: Dictionary: Klamath-English; English-Klamath (1890)

by Albert Samuel Gatschet

tchpitchp'nuala to bury in a tribal or family cemetery, 88, 1.

Google previewA Dictionary of First Names (2006)

by Patrick Hanks, Kate Hardcastle, Flavia Hodges

Nuala Short form ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Human Geography (2011)

by Derek Gregory, Ron Johnston, Geraldine Pratt, Michael Watts, Sarah Whatmore

Berkeley, USA Nick Bingham, Lecturer in Human Geography, The Open University, UK Nigel Clark, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, The Open University, UK Nuala Johnson, Reader in Human Geography, Queen's University , Belfast, ...

Google previewThe Routledge Pragmatics Encyclopedia (2010)

by Louise Cummings

NUALA RYDER See also: Assessment, pragmatic; autism spectrum disorders; clinical pragmatics; communication; competence, pragmatic; context; conversation; development, pragmatic; implicature; inference; intention; meaning; ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Human Geography (2006)

by Barney Warf

University Ed Jackiewicz California State University, Northridge Daniel Jacobson University of Calgary Donald Janelle University of California, Santa Barbara Nuala Johnson Queen's University, Belfast Lynda Johnston University of Waikato ...

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