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Dergue

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the Dergue the socialist ruling body of Ethiopia, established in 1974
[C20: from Amharic, literally, committee]
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A major sailing event on Shannon's Lough Derg was cancelled yesterday after a toxin described as 50 times more deadly than cyanide was found in the water.
The Lough Derg RNLI crew launched just before midday after a request from the Valentia Coast Guard.
St Patrick's Purgatory on Lough Derg, Co Donegal, has been receiving pilgrims for well over 1,000 years, but now it aims to attract more visitors with a poster campaign using the slogan: "Fast.
Lough Derg RNLI spokeswomen Eleanor Hooker said: "These are the conditions the RNLI volunteer crew train for.
Lough Derg Prior Monsignor Richard Mohan said the marketing techniques are being used to attract new pilgrims to the arduous three-day retreats - the first of the year starting on Thursday.
The corporate retreat invitation came from the Prior of Lough Derg, Monsignor Richard Mohan.
Her current home, Lough Derg Hall, was bought for [euro]1.
20 Newbury Sporting (50:25:10) 41-44 Big Buck's, 16-19 Duc De Regniere, 9-12 Restless Harry, 5-7 Kayf Aramis, Lough Derg, 1-3 Afsoun.
Ireland's great river, the Shannon, and its largest lake, Lough Derg, are situated in Tipperary, making the county a perfect location for peaceful boating trips or more energetic water sports.
Five people were initially feared drowned as crews frantically searched freezing Lough Derg after many vessels flipped when the weather deteriorated.
David Pipe runs Ashkazar and Ascot favourite Lough Derg in a race his father Martin took with Mr Cool in 2003.
The village, on the shores of Louch Derg, has accommodation in the Village Inn and in cottages, each of which has two or three ensuite bedrooms and a shared lounge.