Clontarf


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Clontarf

(klɒnˈtɑːf)
n
(Historical Terms) Battle of Clontarf a battle fought in 1014, near Dublin, in the Republic of Ireland, in which the Danes were defeated by the Irish but the Irish king, Brian Boru, was killed
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The first victim, who is in his 70s, was leaving his driveway in Clontarf, North Dublin, when he was set upon by a thug.
Contractor address : 30 REDCLIFFE GARDENS DR CLONTARF QLD AUSTRALIA
July 17: Nepal v PNG, Malahide, Dublin (1000-1310); Namibia v Jersey, Clontarf (1000-1310); Netherlands v Canada, Goldenacre, Edinburgh (1000-1310); UAE v Oman, New Williamfield, Stirling (1000-1310); Ireland v Hong Kong, Malahide, Dublin (1415-1725).
While the rain had been bucketing solidly in Ireland all week, it was safe to say he didn't acquire the tan in Clontarf or West Cork.
The Can-y-Bae reached eighth spot and The Clontarf Hotel came 16th in awards run by travel website TripAdvisor.
IN THE MIDST OF CENTENARIES, a look back in the hundred years before the Great War to the Battle of Clontarf in 1014 is welcome.
The East Hampton-based Clontarf built the 3,300-square-foot home with lumber from managed forests, meaning new trees are planted every time old growth is cut down.
Clontarf came within inches of a try half an hour from the end, but Ballymena managed to steal possession on their own line and then conjure a score at the other end.
Jason played 60 minutes for Clontarf on Friday night which was great.
Coleman, 26, of Reuben Street in Rialto, is charged with dangerous driving causing the death of Mr Maher at the junction of Clontarf Road and Howth Road on June 30.
The controversial senator claims that his holiday home became his primary residence in 2007 when he was claiming mileage but when he moved back to his Clontarf pad, officials wouldn't let him change his address.
You can rewrite the history of the Battle of Clontarf or take a whiskey personality test to determine the perfect Clontarf cocktail for you--even the cocktail recipes are written with the "New Irish" in mind.