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Next best at 8,500gns was Thrunton Irelander TI +61, SRI +47, a 17-month-old by Dickler to WJ Lewis and Son of Merthyr Cynog, Brecon.
Scotland midfielder Graham Dorrans found Northern Irelander Brunt with a superb through-ball and he rounded Dean Gerken before firing home from an acute angle.
Brunt admits he holds Villa boss and fellow Northern Irelander Martin O'Neill in high esteem as well.
Harry Ross, an original Irelander and one of the shillelagh recipients, was said to be sure to liven up the event and things did get a little heated when the racy scandals surrounding the Duke of Westminster and the governor of New York ripened Sheridan's induction speech.
Yet even for the average Northern Irelander, the peace process has been greased by the oil of the Irish Republic's newfound prosperity, which has spread to the north.
The band is Surge, led by guitarist, composer and all-round nice guy Sid Peacock, and the music is all thoroughly original, combining modern groove-based jazz with strong influences from the rock and jazz avant garde - people like Frank Zappa, John Zorn, Django Bates and fellow Northern Irelander Brian Irvine.
Tipperary, had been engaged to Thomas Francis Meagher, the Young Irelander, but the engagement was broken upon his conviction for treason and deportation to Van Diemen's Land, Tasmania (see John Mannion, "From Comfortable Farms to Mercantile Commerce and Cultural Politics: The Social Origins and Family Connections of Thomas Francis Meagher," Decies (Journal of the Waterford Archaeological and Historical Society), No.
John Blake Dillon blamed the peasants and felt that the opposition of local priests was 'in strict accordance with the dictates of conscience'; see Brendan O'Cathaoir, John Blake Dillon: Young Irelander, Irish Academic Press, Dublin, 1990, p.
They are also rigid enough to establish only two sides and declare that any given historical actor--whether Young Irelander, Land Leaguer, or IRA volunteer in the nationalist/ republican tradition, and whether Protestant yeoman, marching Orangeman, or UVF paramilitary in the unionist/loyalist tradition (6)--is either on the right side or the wrong side.
Lewis reports that 'Kramer referred (1925; 74) to a drawing made by a New Irelander (1925, Figure 19F), which shows the god Moroa in a seated position and arms upraised--the same position in which Malanggatsak was set up' (Lewis 1969: 84; Figures 13, 14: 80-81).
Not much difference this week, though,' said the Northern Irelander.
The good news is that the fellow Northern Irelander doesn't see his boss going anywhere anytime soon, and believes that the club need to match his ambition if they want to hold on to him.