Liffey


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Liffey

(ˈlɪfɪ)
n
(Placename) a river in E Republic of Ireland, rising in the Wicklow Mountains and flowing west, then northeast through Dublin into Dublin Bay. Length: 80 km (50 miles)
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But all they knew about Ireland was that Dublin was on the Liffey.
64, Liffey Street I HAVE a little poem that I'd dearly love to tell, it includes my lovely cousin her name was Margaret Bell, There is no prouder Scouser that you would ever get to meet, She was born, and raised in Liverpool on good old Liffey Street.
The majority of Liffey Valley stores will have 20% off their products in the one-day sale.
2 October 2017 - Irish hotel operator Dalata Group (LSE: DAL) has completed the acquisition of the long leasehold interest of 33 suites in the Clarion Hotel Liffey Valley, Dublin 22, the group said.
29 August 2017 - Irish hotel operator Dalata Group (LSE: DAL) has received clearance from the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission to acquire the freehold Interest of certain elements of the Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane, Dublin 2 and the Clarion Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin 22, the group said.
South Dublin County Council has offered a contract to develop a feasibility study and plan for the development of a Liffey Blueway.
Bridges of Dublin: The Remarkable Story of Dublin's Liffey Bridges
When Liffey Meats, one of Irelands leading beef processors and meat exporters needed a flooring upgrade in its 600m2 boning hall at its Ballyjamesduff premises in Cavan, they approached FloorTech[R] to deliver a quick professional flooring solution.
Global Banking News-February 17, 2014--HSBC Alternative Investments takes stake in Liffey Valley shopping centre
Director of family-owned Liffey Meats, Francis Mallon, was once convicted for administering illegal drugs to his cattle.
The Garda officer, who is in his 20s, had been trying to help people at a bridge over the River Liffey in Co Wicklow which was feared to be in danger of collapse.
Liffey Ships & Shipbuilding" traces the history surrounding the shipbuilding industry in Dublin, focusing primarily on the docks known as the Liffey.