Giants Causeway


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Gi′ant's Cause′way


n.
a large body of basalt, unusual in displaying perfect columnar jointing, exposed on a promontory on the N coast of Northern Ireland.
[1770–80]
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Vagabrothers latest film showcases the Giants Causeway legend, the art of hurling and spectacular footage at Carrick-a-Rede
THE Giants Causeway has been bathed in a blanket of green light as it prepared to celebrate St Patrick's Day.
William Hill: 3-1 Distant Music, 4 Giants Causeway, 8 King's Best, 9 Barathea Guest, 12 Cape Town, Misraah, 14 Monashee Mountain, 16 Bernstein, Fath, Mana-Mou Bay (from 20), 20 bar.
AIDAN O'BRIEN unleashes one of his many classic hopefuls, Giants Causeway, in the Gladness Stakes at the Curragh today.
SDLP culture spokesman Pat Ramsey agreed that the Giants Causeway was an obvious example, but also suggested some icons from his home city of Derry.