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ring·fort

 (rĭng′fôrt′)
n.
An ancient or medieval settlement or farmstead fortified with a circular bank, ditch, or stone wall, situated usually on a hill or promontory in northern Europe, and especially in Ireland.
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In a statement her family, from Caher in Killanena, Co Clare, said: "Eimear will be greatly missed.
532) As Louis Grumet and John Caher noted, Chassidic communities are very focused on deliverable outcomes in determining whom to back: "[They] rarely concern themselves with the politician's ethical or legal positions.
Classroom, associated bathroom and all associated site services at caher national school, caher, kenmare, co.
Algo daria por caher entre paganos o entre gentiles antes que en mis manos.
She routinely missed school due to with other kids in caher condition and was unable to play case she caught infections which could have a devastating effect on her health.
Endlosing runinstyle Adare-based John Long hadn't had a winner since Caher Lass scoredatKillarneyinMay2008, buthisbarrenspellwasendedby Baresi in the2m4fhandicaphurdle.
by getting rid of most of your other debts, keeping up the mortgage will be just that much easier (Caher and Caher 2006, p.
The commission focuses its scarce resources on New York State jails and has recently aggressively enforced the law banning sexual contact between inmates and staff at one upstate jail, prohibiting it from housing female inmates until the problems were rectified, says John Caher, the agency's spokesperson.
Individuals who are released on parole after serving sentences for murder consistently have the lowest recidivism rate of any offenders," said John Caher, a spokesman for the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services.
227 (1995) (discussing sting operation against Egyptian Sheik Omar Abdel Rahmen and subsequent criminal proceedings and defenses); John Caher, Terrorism Trial of Muslims Raises Issues of Entrapment, 236 N.