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Irish writer of short stories (1896-1984)

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Garda Ryan, of Ballymun station, told prosecutor Sean Gillane two days after the fatal shooting, Detectives O'Flaherty and Brady went to his office and viewed the photo.
The business had been owned by the O'Flaherty family for over 40 years.
Father O'Flaherty has made fleeting appearances in a host of Christmas comedies, usually swiping whichever scene he stumbles, inebriated and confused, into.
Owned by Jeff Chapman and Don McKercher, the June 2012 veteran had to be withdrawn from this year's Guys & Dolls after picking up a hock injury in the first round with O'Flaherty saying yesterday: "It was going to be his swansong in any case so just brought it forward a week or two.
O'Flaherty is the first openly lesbian contestant to compete in the pageant.
O'Flaherty is not a professional academic writer, as is noticeable throughout C.
Under Steve's leadership, the group has positioned itself as one of the most recognised and trusted construction firms in the region, with a reputation for delivering the most prestigious, highly complex, and challenging projects on time and within budget," said O'Flaherty.
O'Flaherty is also renewing his association with Blaze having joined Manchester Phoenix on a similar twoway deal to MK Lightning contingent Lewis Hook, James Griffin, David Clements and Bobby Chamberlain.
In the 79th minute Bridged produced a huge scrum and Chris Williams went blind to send wing O'Flaherty in for a winning try.
James Dixon kicked an early penalty and from the restart, Chris Williams put in a high kick which the Ponty defence failed to deal with and O'Flaherty kicked through and won the race for the touchdown.
Amritpal Ahluwalia, 31, was jailed for 15 months after a court heard how he and Colette O'Flaherty, 21, had sex twice at HMP Bronzefield in Surrey.
Will Thomas had added two conversions for Swansea and although O'Flaherty completed his brace, Swansea were deserved winners.
Irish historian O'Flaherty (1629-1718) wrote Ogygia--generally regarded as a pseudo-history, states editor Sharpe (history, Oxford U.
FUGITIVE Darren O'Flaherty was celebrating his birthday at a Chinese restaurant in Caernarfon when he was arrested by armed police.
Adrian O'Flaherty, pictured, who has in the past used several aliases, is wanted for questioning over an incident in Redditch.