Fianna

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Fianna

(ˈfiːənə)
pl n
(European Myth & Legend) a legendary band of Irish warriors noted for their heroic exploits, attributed to the 2nd and 3rd centuries ad. Also called: Fenians
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Major organization : ALCALDA DEL AYUNTAMIENTO DE FIANA
At 8 p.m., a $5 cover will be charged to see the Irish group Fiana.
HAPPY: Bertie supporters, left; PARTY FAITHFUL: Taoiseach Bertie Ahern enjoys some craic at the Fiana Fail Ard Fheis in Dublin before stopping to talk with Sarah Smith, left
Philip Seymour Hoffman Edmund Tyrone Robert Scan Leonard Cathleen Fiana Toibin Eugene O'Neill's brooding masterpiece about the pain of forgiving, and the impossibility of forgetting, arrives just in time to assuage memories of a Broadway season offering up rather too much that necessitated both.
[76] In his honor, the Capitol Orchestra performed a Bunchuk-style overture entitled Glazounof fiana both in the theatre and on the radio.