Irelander


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Noun1.Irelander - a native or inhabitant of IrelandIrelander - a native or inhabitant of Ireland  
Emerald Isle, Hibernia, Ireland - an island comprising the republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
European - a native or inhabitant of Europe
Irishman - a man who is a native or inhabitant of Ireland
Irishwoman - a woman who is a native or inhabitant of Ireland
Dubliner - a resident of Dublin
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It was the wrong Northern Irelander they tried to bat their eyelids at though.
Contrary to the Daily Star's colourful headline, the Northern Irelander was not quite 'eaten' by the arachnid but faces uncertainty over his return date after being left with a stomach-churning hole in his arm following surgery to cut out the infection.
He was the most 'individualistic' New Irelander I met in many respects.
Next best at 8,500gns was Thrunton Irelander TI +61, SRI +47, a 17-month-old by Dickler to WJ Lewis and Son of Merthyr Cynog, Brecon.
Scotland midfielder Graham Dorrans found Northern Irelander Brunt with a superb through-ball and he rounded Dean Gerken before firing home from an acute angle.
Brunt admits he holds Villa boss and fellow Northern Irelander Martin O'Neill in high esteem as well.
Harry Ross, an original Irelander and one of the shillelagh recipients, was said to be sure to liven up the event and things did get a little heated when the racy scandals surrounding the Duke of Westminster and the governor of New York ripened Sheridan's induction speech.
Yet even for the average Northern Irelander, the peace process has been greased by the oil of the Irish Republic's newfound prosperity, which has spread to the north.
The band is Surge, led by guitarist, composer and all-round nice guy Sid Peacock, and the music is all thoroughly original, combining modern groove-based jazz with strong influences from the rock and jazz avant garde - people like Frank Zappa, John Zorn, Django Bates and fellow Northern Irelander Brian Irvine.
Dunya Lindsey from Monash University examined the diaries, letters and novels of the 'Young Irelander' movement convicts.
Bitter frustration over their defeat, which many Montreal Fenians blamed in part on the former Young Irelander and leading Montreal politician Thomas D'Arcy McGee, was a factor, argues Wilson, in his assassination in x868.