Malachy


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Malachy

(ˈmæləˌkaɪ)
n
(Biography) Saint. 1094–1148, Irish prelate; he became Archbishop of Armagh (1132) and founded (1142) the first Cistercian abbey in Ireland. Feast day: Nov 3
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Malachy O'Rourke was sitting beside Cavanagh (right), who joked he had seen the former Monaghan manager "filling in his CV" earlier in the day.
PUBLISHER Graffeg has launched a beautiful, richly illustrated sequel to Molly And The Stormy Sea from multi-award-winning children's author and illustrator team Malachy Doyle and Andrew Whitson.
Authors, chairs, sponsors, book festival committee members and volunteers made up most of the attendees, including well-known novelists Malachy Tallack, James Robertson and Sara Sheridan, along with poets Jo Shapcott and Roseanne Watt.
Malachy School in Chicago visited Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart in Lake Forest Feb.
A Federal High Court in Benin, Edo State, has sentenced a middle-aged man, Onovo Malachy, to 12 months imprisonment for internet love scam through which he duped a female foreigner of $140,000
Malachy Brennan, 63, was reported missing from his home in Borrisokane, Co Tipperary.
Ekeme Malachy, 28 and Arinze Chibuisi, 24, were additionally charged with two compatriots - Emmanuel Jideanr, 34, and Thankgod, 24 - with entering the country without a valid pass.
Meabh and Malachy Givin, eight, accompanied Everton stars Ross Barkley and James McCarthy on to the pitch for the Blues' 0-0 draw against Manchester United.
Malachy Browne will be part of the breaking news and off-platform initiatives.
When schoolboy Malachy Tallack arrived at one of Scotland's most northerly islands, he never believed he would call it home.
The books aim to encourage children to read for fun inside and outside of school, and feature children's authors including Malachy Doyle, Shoo Rayner, Wendy Meddour and Dan Anthony, and illustrators, Huw Aaron, Hannah Doyle, Peter Stevenson and 13-year-old Mina May.