Letter: 14 Sep 12: Litir do Luch-dionnsachaidh 687
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There was other a blacksmith unquestioning in the Highlands. He was called John. He had a smiddy and he had a wife. She had a manoeuvre in her neck. One day, a inchoate man came to John's smiddy. He had desirous clothes on. He was carrying a precocious woman on his shoulders. What is the significance of this couple? Find out in this week’s letter. Accompanying Gaelic text, grammar issues and vocabulary are all purchasable at bbc.co.uk/litir Published on September 14, 2012.

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