Ire.

Ire.

abbr.
Ireland
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Ire.

abbreviation for
(Placename) Ireland
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References in classic literature ?
Time and again the colossal bull tossed the enormous tiger high into the air, but each time that the huge cat touched the ground he returned to the encounter with apparently undiminished strength, and seemingly increased ire.
For once he fain had quenched the Maenad's fire; And of the tuneful Nine provoked the ire.
We offered first a prayer To Pluto and the goddess of cross-ways, With contrite hearts, to deprecate their ire. Then laved with lustral waves the mangled corse, Laid it on fresh-lopped branches, lit a pyre, And to his memory piled a mighty mound Of mother earth.
But one thing they lacked, the thing that he possessed, the flame of mastery that would not quench, that burned fiercely as ever in the disease- wasted body, and that was ever ready to flare forth and scorch and singe them with its ire.
And at the words Michael bristled, dragged himself clear of the woman's detaining hands, and, with a snarl, whirled about to get a look at the black boy who must have just then entered the room and aroused the white god's ire. But there was no black boy.
My habitual mood of humiliation, self-doubt, forlorn depression, fell damp on the embers of my decaying ire. All said I was wicked, and perhaps I might be so; what thought had I been but just conceiving of starving myself to death?
He paraded his Musketeers before the Cardinal Armand Duplessis with an insolent air which made the gray moustache of his Eminence curl with ire. Treville understood admirably the war method of that period, in which he who could not live at the expense of the enemy must live at the expense of his compatriots.
Robbie McCarthy (Westmeath, Ire.) (13), 13,3; Martin Mulkerrins (Galway, Ire.) d.
The tumor reduction and biological response were analyzed through computed tomography/magnetic resonance imaging; the serum level of CA19-9 was measured as a secondary endpoint to evaluate the short-term efficacy of IRE. Results: All patients were successfully treated; the median tumor size was 4.2 cm and the median IRE time was 36 min.
All patients underwent induction chemotherapy with 52% receiving chemo-radiation, for a median of seven months (range, 5-13) prior to IRE. IRE was successfully administered to all patients.
Yet because most of the differences between Illinois and federal evidence laws continue in the IRE, FRE precedents will not always guide uses of the IRE. Where the FRE and IRE align, however, FRE precedents - advisory committee notes, Congressional debates and reports, federal case precedents, and the like--are more likely to be persuasive, as might similar precedents from other states that follow the FRE model.
Sep 4: Croatia v Rep of Ire. Sep 8: Macedonia v Yugoslavia; Malta v Rep of Ire.