Galway


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a port city in western Ireland on Galway Bay

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In recognition of his professional achievements, the Recording Academy(R) will pay tribute to flutist Sir James Galway at its Salute to Classical Music luncheon on Thursday, February 5, 2004, at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.
The feature race of the first meeting was to be called the Galway Plate, and it was set to be run over two and a half miles and eight obstacles, including two stone walls, for a purse of 100 sovereigns.
stated, "We are very pleased to have entered into this relationship with Galway, as their skills are complementary to ours, which will enable us to capitalize on the current opportunities in the hospitality industry.
Winger Kevin Devaney pounced on a deflection to fire Galway ahead on 13 minutes.
The 169MW Galway Wind Park project being co-developed by SSE and Coillte has reached a major milestone, with the first turbine now fully installed at Phase 1 of the two-phase project site.
FINDING clues, real or imaginary, for Galway is part of the Killarney festival and Monday night might have provided one worth taking note of.
THE FILLIES were out in force at Galway Races yesterday - but as always, the spotlight belonged to curvy Grainne Seoige.
According to Cheryl Galway, vice president of marketing for The Coffee Beanery, the campaign was developed with the central theme, "Use Your Bean," a phrase people commonly use to encourage someone to think.
Both counties are striving to end long waits for All-Ireland glory and Deise ace Shanahan said: "You'd have to say Galway are the best team around at the moment.
Tenders are invited for Feasibility Study for the future development of Galway Airport Site.
Galway entered Croke Park last Sunday for a Leinster semi-final meeting with Offaly as impressive league winners, confidently expected to pulverise a side that needed extra-time to see off the challenge of Antrim in the quarter-final, and who were on the wrong end of a 15-point drubbing by Cork in a recent challenge match.
For the second year running the Cats will face Galway in the underage final.
Galway, an investment and merchant bank based in Washington, is the Fund's principal U.
Galway and its principal place of business at Mail Road, Cappataggle, Ballinasloe, Co.