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port city in southwestern Ireland

a humorous verse form of 5 anapestic lines with a rhyme scheme aabba

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Limerick haven't played in the top flight since 2010 and can set up likely winnertakes-all clash against Galway, still playing catch up after their winter exertions, next week.
The last decade has been bleak for Limerick at senior level, apart from some brief promise in the 2014 championship when they should have tamed the Cats in an All-Ireland semi-final in the driving rain.
The clash of 2013 Munster champions Limerick and 2013 All-Ireland winners Clare will decide who progresses to Division 1A.
The Mar/Apr Limerick Laughs winner wilt be announced in the Jut/Aug issue.
The staff at the Limerick hotel completed a sponsored treadmill challenge in the lobby area as part of the "Living in a Window" campaign and their own Responsible Business Programme.
75km tunnel and associated dual carriageway connects the M7 Dublin to Limerick route with the N18/M18 Galway to Limerick road and completes the southern bypass of Limerick city.
The author explains: "Writing limericks has become a bit of an obsessive pastime for me over the last few years and it all started when I won a bottle of bubbly in a limerick competition at work.
Bown and Connor O'Brien, "A Celebration of Limerick's Silver" is a superbly illustrated history of the creations of Limerick silversmiths and goldsmiths.
In the last issue of Word Ways, Kickshaws became Limerickshaws, a special edition celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 1907 British Limerick Craze.
LEAGUE of Ireland legend Eoin Hand wants Limerick FC to look to locals - after receiving the green light to continue in senior soccer.
Everyone must learn to facilitate the creation of knowledge (Drucker, 1993; Limerick et al.
If your limerick doesn't flow easily when you say it out loud, you need to work on it until it does.
Factions were particularly strong in the New Pallas and Cappamore districts of Limerick where the Three Year Olds and Four Year Olds had battled for generations.
The origin of the word limerick is obscure, but a group of poets in County Limerick, Ireland, wrote limericks in Irish in the 18th century.