Dean Swift

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Noun1.Dean Swift - an English satirist born in Ireland (1667-1745)Dean Swift - an English satirist born in Ireland (1667-1745)
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The fame of this ditty having reached Dean Swift he was supplied at his own request, with a literal version, from which he executed the following very spirited translation.
Four horses have won the race twice, although the last one was Dean Swift, successful in 1906 and 1907 5.
John Presto and Chris Owen touched down and Dean Swift struck a trio of penalties.
Trevor Chester, 22, of Kennet Grove, Chelmsley Wood, Daniel Etheridge, 19, of Warndon, Worcester, Michael Harper, 34, of Summerfield Road, Solihull, Glen Hudson, 27, of Stoneymoor Drive, Castle Bromwich, Simon Makri, 30, of Marlene Croft, Chelmsley Wood, Lee Mayors, 27, of Digby Drive, Marston Green, Paul Sheehan, 25, of Sycamore Green, Cannock, Dean Swift, 20, of Water Orton Road, Castle Bromwich, and Kenneth Wallace, 39, of Wallhouse Road, Walsall, had previously admitted violent disorder.
The gothic style building, which was founded in 1191 by Archbishop Comyn, contains the graves of Dean Swift and his beloved friend Stella.
existed for a mere eleven years (1893-1904), but it illustrates the folk attachment to Jonathan Swift in the Liberties area, that was its stronghold, and the importance of public houses to the Dublin GAA as the club met in the Dean Swift pub on Werburgh Street.
The dispirited humorist said: "In the good old days people like Dean Swift could come up with outrageous allegories but present day politicians in Northern Ireland always somehow manage to trump satire with reality.
IN the Dean Swift Handicap Clive Brittain's 3 to 1 shot Lafontaine (S Cauthen) scores by half a length under a masterly ride from the 'Kentucky Kid' from Jim Old's topweight Cima (P Eddery).
Eso es lo que nos insinua el dean Swift, un hombre que se transformo en el paladin del bando Tory, el de los conservadores de Inglaterra, porque detestaba muchas de las formas que empezaban a tomar las sociedades modernas.
When this work was completed, Shiels, with others, began the compilation of a five-volume The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland, to the Time of Dean Swift (1753), published shortly before his death.
Gary Speight, 31, and Dean Swift, 44, murdered Anthony Bates, 36, for starting a relationship with Speight's girlfriend while he was in prison.