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United States electrical engineer who pioneered mathematical communication theory (1916-2001)

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The Lower River Shannon is a candidate Special Area of Conservation (SAC) for inter alia Common Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus).
It will provide a fourth crossing of the River Shannon in Limerick and improve access times for commuters to the city, as well as access to Shannon Airport, Galway, Cork, Kerry and Dublin.
Aughinish, which runs an alumina refinery on Ireland's River Shannon estuary, claimed Brussels' demand it repay some excise duty saved during 2002 and 2003 as illegal state aid would cost Euro 8.
Athlone's strategic position--'the capital of the Irish midlands', located on the river Shannon, on the route from Dublin to Galway and on the border of the historic provinces of Connacht and Leinster--formed its often-violent history.
Choose from a wide selection of city centre hotels, secluded country manor houses, traditional Irish B&Bs, cosy self-catering cottages and luxury family villages, River Shannon cruises and even horsedrawn caravan breaks
had been working in this vein from as early as 1949, Vostell--who innovatively applied the concept to live performance--would later claim to have coined the term, on September 6, 1954, after reading an account of a plane crash in Le Figaro: "Shortly after take off (decollage) a Superconstellation fell from the sky, plunging into the river Shannon.
Located in an attractive parkland setting on the banks of the River Shannon, the University is a highly respected and integral part of a vibrant community.
Paudie Ryan had his land and livelihood destroyed after the River Shannon burst its banks again.
Town on River Shannon near geographical centre of Ireland (7) 14.
Tenders are invited for Provision of bottlenose dolphin survey in the lower river shannon sac 2014
With an Atlantic coastline, the River Shannon and beautiful lakes, rivers and valleys, it is a perfect spot for hiking, golfing, angling and surfing.
The cruises are being hosted onboard the luxury 10-passenger river barge the "MV Shannon Princess" on the river Shannon in Ireland.
The annual event involved a 750m swim down the river Shannon, a gruelling 20km cycle and a 5km run through narrow streets.