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slieve

 (slēv)
n. Irish
A mountain.

[Irish Gaelic sliabh, from Old Irish slíab.]

slieve

(sliːv)
n
(Physical Geography) (in Ireland) a mountain
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The future of facilities such as Chestnut Grove in North Belfast, the Roddens in Ballymoney, Co Antrim, and Slieve Roe in Kilkeel, Co Down, is in jeopardy.
My room at the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa, which takes its name from the range's highest peak, has views of the crags and Newcastle's sandy beach.
Health Minister, Jim Wells, has officially opened the Slieve Patrick Suite, a new specialist care unit within Lecale Lodge Care Home, Downpatrick.
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We were staying at the magnificent redbrick Slieve Donard Hotel, built in 1898, and I'd sneaked out for a bit of a look at it earlier, prior to tackling the porridge with Mourne Mountain honey, cream and a dash of Bushmills whiskey, home cured bacon, sausages etc.
We were staying at the magnificent redbrick Slieve Donard Hotel, built in 1898 to accommodate railway passengers, among them golfers such as Vardon, six-time Open Champion and winner of the first professional tournament at the course that year.
Separate groups also set off up Scafell Pike, England's highest peak, Slieve Donard, the highest peak in Northern Ireland and Ben Nevis, Scotland's highest point.
A group from Help for Heroes will climb Ben Nevis (4,409ft) in Scotland, Cancer Research representatives will conquer England's Scafell Pike (3,209ft), while trekkers from Field of Life will take on Slieve Donard (2,789ft) in North Ireland.
SSE said it would be selling the Dalswinton and Minsca wind farms in Scotland and the Slieve Divena wind farm in Northern Ireland for a total of £173.
I had that delightful experience at the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa in Newcastle, a quaint seaside town 30 miles south of Belfast.