Corkonian


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Corkonian

(kɔːˈkəʊnɪən; kəˈkɔːnɪən)
n
(Human Geography) a native or inhabitant of the city of Cork
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Might be worth checking out Techno Corkonian Jamie Behan tomorrow night in HUB (From Dublin With Love), Eustace St Dublin, as he plays a three deck vinyl set as part of the Bastardo Electrico project.
In the years 1927 to 1942 players from Limerick's junior clubs--notably Young Munster--were certainly suspended with greater frequency than their Corkonian counterparts.
She is a devoted Corkonian whose father won five All-Ireland senior medals for the county while her other half is a true Bannerman and chairman of one of Clare's top GAA clubs.
The testimony of labourer Jeremiah Higgins, part of the Connaught faction, provided an intimate account of being the target of one of the Corkonian charivaris that occurred shortly after the strike began.
The Corkonian said his early career was frustrated by Dublin-based officials overlooking him in favour of players from the capital city.
Cognate with O'Faolain's own view of his life as best understood through his fiction, Frank O'Connor, O'Faolain's fellow Corkonian, oldest literary sparring partner and junior by three years, isolated a similar tendency in his friend's work: 'As with Gide his stories and novels are a commentary on his biographies, histories and essays.
The Corkonian is so outraged that the government has backtracked on the city's promised state-of-the-art music school that he is planning a one-man protest in a cage above the very site where the country's young music elite should now be learning their craft.
Jennifer Maguire opted for classy Corkonian and model boss Celia Holman Lee.
Cullen, 68, who will return for a fourth series of The Apprentice in September, also revealed a surprising soft spot for Corkonian, Harvard graduate Breffny Morgan.
This reviewer (a Corkonian, in exile in Galway) was gratified to have something confirmed that we have always held to be an a priori truth, that "Dublin is glamorous yet poor, always in motion yet without industry, learned yet ignorant, lively yet dead.
The Rebels have bounced back after the players' strike in the winter, and Donal O'Grady's side have regained some of the old Corkonian swagger.