Clontarf


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Clontarf

(klɒnˈtɑːf)
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(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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Medieval Dublin XVI: Proceedings of Clontarf 1014-2014: National Conference Marking the Millennium of the Battle of Clontarf
Laois, having ceased to trade and (b) UBAH LIMITED, (formerly HABU Limited) having its registered office at 62 Clontarf Road, Dublin 3 DO3X6X9 (and formerly having its registered office at The Lodge, Mount Prospect Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3) and having its principal place of business at 62 Clontarf Road, Dublin 3 DO3X6X9, having ceased to trade, and (c) THE BLADE SAVER CO.
The current welcome interest in this southern ruler who extended his rule throughout much of Ireland around the turn of the eleventh century is linked with the millennial commemoration of the Battle of Clontarf in which the aged king was slain.
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).
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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.
That's what developers Clontarf Properties hoped when they built a multimillion-dollar, environmentally friendly house in East Hampton without a buyer on the other end.
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The clash takes place at Clontarf - where the Saltires crushed the Irish to lift the ICC Trophy three years ago.
Forensic officers were examining the family home in Clontarf, the National Irish Bank in Killester, a car used to collect and deliver the money, and wasteground where the family were held overnight.
Scotland coach Andy Moles has heaped the pressure on ICC Trophy hosts Ireland as they prepare for today's final at Clontarf, Dublin.