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Ennis

(ˈɛnɪs)
n
(Placename) a town in the W Republic of Ireland, county town of Co Clare. Pop: 22 051 (2002)
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During the 2019 ESPY Awards Wednesday night, Usher presented the Pat Tillman Award for Service to Marine Corps veteran and amputee Kirstie Ennis.
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Ennis announced that one of its wholly owned subsidiaries has entered into a Letter of Intent to acquire the assets of Integrated Print & Graphics in South Elgin, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago.
Daniel Ennis, who also armed himself with a crowbar, pointed the imitation firearm directly at them as his accomplice, Dennis Medley, acted as a look-out.
The herd consisted of 22 goats which continuously roam along the outskirts of a town called Ennis in County Clare, Ireland, reports The Irish Times.
Many believe the purpose of higher learning institutions is to acquaint students with the ideologies and philosophies necessary to navigate through the vicissitudes of life and society (Ennis, 2017; Nash, 2001).
Samson and Alice Ennis of Dudley sent off their five sons to fight for king and country, but when the war ended only one son came home to them.
Daniel James Ennis, 20, entered an "Alford" plea to a felony coercion charge Monday in Lane County Circuit Court.
Cllr Pat Daly, outgoing Mayor of Ennis, and Gerard Dollard, interim chief executive of Clare County Council, attended the funeral in Louisville, Kentucky.
MEATH hurling boss Martin Ennis has described the Christy Ring Cup final replay decision as 'ridiculous' and suggested the Royal County may not play.
Carla Ennis, 32, attacked Joanne Gaskell when she was on a night out with friends in Liverpool city centre on November 13, 2014, leaving her scarred for life.