Burren


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Burren

(ˈbʌrən)
n
(Placename) the Burren a limestone area on the North Clare coast in the Irish Republic, famous for its wild flowers, caves, and dolmens
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From the fourth last Fabulous Saga (above) gradually drew clear and, staying on powerfully in deep ground, he came home a remarkable 70 lengths clear of Burren Life which is in the field again today.
Located at the southwestern edge of the Burren region of County Clare in Ireland, they rise 120 metres above the Atlantic at Hag's Head and, eight kilometres to the north, reach their peak of 214 metres just north of O'Brien's Tower, which is a round, stone tower near the midpoint of the cliffs that was built by Aidan's namesake Sir Cornelius O'Brien in 1835.
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The Garashsyzlyk fields are being re-explored and developed further under an EPSA and a partnership between TN and Burren Energy of the UK (part of ENI of Italy).
It's understood the victim's wife and father were also taking part in the event at Scalp Hill in the Burren when the accident happened at around 5.
We crossed over the border into County Clare, to visit the Burren, a vast limestone escarpment, and World Heritage Site.
Fifteen-year-old Aaron Bowen won the England Junior Novice title in Class A at under-75kgs with a points win over Jack Burren (Snoland) on the Isle of Sheppey.
Interiors created by a designer are beyond most people's budget, but Cate Burren reveals trade secrets in her new book - so you can do it yourself.
But now Irish businessman Peter Curtin has sparked controversy by claiming the author was strongly influenced by the barren plains of The Burren in western Ireland.
By Chris Hoover/Doha Alban de Mieulle trained Burren Quality led all the way and held off the challenge of Amico Mio quite easily in the QR 800,000 Qatar International Cup, a Group II race for Thoroughbreds, which featured yesterday's races at the Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club.
Archaeologist Carthy guides tours in the area called The Burren near his home in County Clare, Ireland, and here offers readers a guide to archaeological sites there.
Staying on strongly in that three-and-a-quarter-mile event at Cheltenham in April he beat Burren Legend and today's trip and ground should prove ideal.