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port city in southwestern Ireland

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Bishop Donal Hurray of Limerick, Ireland, resigned Dec.
The best-selling Angela's Ashes detailed his early life in New York, the return aged six to hellish poverty and a dysfunctional childhood in Limerick, Ireland, before becoming the family breadwinner at 11.
THE GARRYOWEN THE "up and under" in rugby when the ball is kicked high in the air to allow the attacking team to arrive in numbers is named after the Garryowen club from Limerick, Ireland.
A project between Limerick's White House Poets and Northern Voices from Newcastle will be showcased on April 30 at the White House Pub in Limerick, Ireland.
He is also involved in a visit to Newcastle by poets from Limerick, Ireland, that month.
Donations in her name can be made, if desired, to Milford Care Centre, Castletroy, Limerick, Ireland.
The low-alcohol variant is being trialled in some 80 pubs in Limerick, Ireland, for six-months to assess public reaction.
Last July, mother-of-six Dolores McNamara, of Limerick, Ireland, collected pounds 77million in the competition.
An aspiring artist (Michael Legge) moves to Limerick, Ireland, and moves in with a gay design student (Allen Leech).
Gallagher is responsible for managing the overall quality systems, activities and compliance programs at the company's manufacturing locations in Glen Rock, PA and Limerick, Ireland.
It will be staffed by associates who have trained for the past year at the company's research and development (R&D) center in Pennsylvania and at its European R&D center in Limerick, Ireland.
It is the first dedicated Dell and Scali HPC cluster validation and testing facility in EMEA, although Round Rock, Texas-based Dell has offered similar services from its Application Solution Center in Limerick, Ireland, and will continue to do so.
Building Bridges and Enhancing Experience," annaul conference, European Association for Institutional Research, University of Limerick, Ireland.
EUROCALL 2003 will be at the University of Limerick, Ireland, 3-6 September 2003.
Emma Brown, daughter of Mrs D Delaney, of Litchfield Road, Cheylesmore, Coventry, and Andrew O'Callaghan, son of Mr and Mrs B O'Callaghan, of Kilfinane, Co Limerick, Ireland, at St Thomas More RC Church, Styvechale, Coventry.