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Cavan

(ˈkævən)
n
1. (Placename) a county of N Republic of Ireland: hilly, with many small lakes and bogs. County town: Cavan. Pop: 56 546 (2002). Area: 1890 sq km (730 sq miles)
2. (Placename) a market town in N Republic of Ireland, county town of Co Cavan. Pop: 6098 (2002)

Cav•an

(ˈkæv ən)

n.
a county in Ulster, in the N Republic of Ireland. 53,763; 730 sq. mi. (1890 sq. km).
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Baxter Cavan shook his head as the jury found him guilty after a four-day trial.
But as the Cavan Weekly News reported, "as she got provocation and had been already a week in gaol she was only fined five shillings and costs." Even among the gentry the tradition of women fighting back survived.
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