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Neagh

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(Placename) Lough Neagh a lake in Northern Ireland, in SW Co Antrim: the largest lake in the British Isles. Area: 388 sq km (150 sq miles)
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Minister Durkan made his comments today as he opened the Managing Occupational Road Risk seminar, attended by nearly 100 organisations, in the Lough Neagh Discovery Centre.
The Lough Neagh United Fishermen claims families who worked on the waters for generations are being denied access to the trade due to unfair industry policies.
Historical records from Lough Neagh were extracted and digitized from Wood and Smith (1993) using Grapher 9 software (RockWare[R]).
A Lough Neagh B Loch Ness C Lake Windermere D Loch Lomond QUESTION 14 - for 14 points: In Greek mythology which goddess was carried off by Hades and made queen of the underworld?
Tyrone, on the western shore of Ireland's largest lake, Lough Neagh.
I could not have asked for a better start to my UAE career," the 17-year-old from Neagh in Ireland said.
30 Thurles Lurgan is a town in County Armagh, Northern Ireland, near the southern shore of Lough Neagh.
No foodie trip to Northern Ireland would be complete without experiencing Lough Neagh eels or Finnebrogue estate venison and sausages.
White spots, like the area over Lough Neagh in Ulster, or Lough Corrib in Connacht, occur over cities, lakes and rivers, or mountains, all areas with little or no vegetative cover.
of white in the north is Lough Neagh, and while I kiss
The other upset victory was scored by Lough Neagh, owned by Britta Tappendorf, trained by Ali Jun and ridden by Gary Hind, when it beat Aathaar by five lengths.
In a bid to learn more about these magnificent birds and in the process increase public awareness, The Lough Neagh Wetlands Whooper Swan Project or the Superwhooper Project was hatched in 2007 when a team of scientists visited Iceland to observe breeding Whooper swans.