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turlough

(ˈtɜːlɒx)
n
(Physical Geography) a seasonal lake or pond: a low-lying area on limestone, esp in Ireland, that becomes flooded in wet weather by the upsurge of underlying ground water
[C17: from Irish tur dry + lough]
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Carlow boss Turlough O'Brien commented: "We've had the upper hand on them for the last couple of games but I'm sure they're looking over to turn us over now at this stage.
Tenders are invited for the project will involve the construction of a childrens playground on turlough park house grounds.
Turlough O'Brien's charges netted both goals in the second half.
e highlight of the evening was an 18th Century piece written by blind, itinerant harper Turlough O'Carolan to celebrate the birth of a new baby in Co.
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There's even a disappearing lake - the only turlough in mainland Britain.
The winner of the Satellite Quiz is Turlough Booth, Harrow.
And Keenan has revisited the dark days of his captivity in his new book Turlough, a fictional biography of the blind 18th century harpist and composer Turlough O'Carolan.
SCOTS delegate Turlough McDaid hijacked the conference schedule yesterday claiming ordinary members were being gagged.
Music, Turlough O'Carolan; set, Sarah Baptist; costume, Cassandra Carpenter; lighting, Dennis Parichy; sound, Peter Flint Jr.