marrowbone


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a bone containing edible marrow

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The Advisor Warrants are being issued to a third party advisor to the Company in connection with the Viking Mine, Marrowbone Mine and Coal Wash Plant transactions, as well as the Five Mile Mine and various short term funding transactions.
Instruments have been fixed on masts above Marrowbone Lane in the Liberties, where there is virtually no vegetation, and above St Pius X Girl's National School in Terenure, South Dublin, which is tree-lined.
Or did they seriously believe that I might gnaw on the marrowbone myself?
Francis McGeown, 64, of Cox's Demesne, Dundalk, Co Louth, Pascal Burke, 42, of Marrowbone Lane, Dublin, and Ciaran Dunne, 23, of Elmbrook Avenue, Lucan, Co Dublin, admitted possession of an explosive substance in January last year.
The man was shot at the junction of Cork Street and Marrowbone Lane.
Most recently he was with Horizon Natural Resources serving as President of Marrowbone Development Company in Naugatuck, West Virginia.
She spent her early childhood in the Marrowbone Flats in the Liberties.
John Doherty, counsel for Mark Cooke, said the boy had been "hitching a lift" on the back of a scrap merchant's horse and cart in Marrowbone Lane, Dublin, moments before being hit by a Garda car.
Named for the dogwood trees that cover the property and surrounded by Marrowbone Creek, Travis' estate reflects its natural setting inside as well.
It was the second day of the trial of three Dublin men, Bernard Dempsey, 41, of Marrowbone Flats, Stephen Carney, 25, of Dolphin House, Rialto and Ronald Byrne, 40, of Cremona Road, Ballyfermot, who have pleaded not guilty to the manslaughter of Mr Dwyer, at Basin Lane, Dublin on May 14, 1996.
Bernard Dempsey,41, of Marrowbone Flats, Stephen Carney, 25, of Dolphin House, Rialto and Ronald Byrne, 40, of Cremona Road, Ballyfermot, were returned from the Dublin District Court for trial at the Special Criminal Court.
We began the process of closing operations at our Ikerd-Bandy facilities and certain Leslie Resources operations, and transitioning our 17 South highwall mining operations to Marrowbone.
The five are Pascal Burke, 34, of Marrowbone Lane; Stephen Carney, 23, of Dolphin House; Saoirse Breathnach, 24, of Cypress Court, Ballybrack; Philip Forsythe, 25, of Rollins Villas, Sallynoggin; and Danny McAllister, 43, a native of Belfast but with an address at Cromlech Fields, Ballybrack.
We are especially pleased with the progress being made at the Martiki and Evergreen mines, along with the significant cost reductions we are achieving at the Marrowbone complex.