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skreen

(skriːn)
n
a variant spelling of screen
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Happily, for the hidden party, the grass in which they were concealed, not only served to skreen them from the eyes of the savages, but opposed an obstacle to prevent their horses, which were no less rude and untrained than their riders, from trampling on them, in their irregular and wild paces.
Kirk also demonstrates considerable knowledge of the video game industry in this short piece of writing, making humorous reference to corporate issues within the industry: 'no split skreen anymore' because 'bungie cheated on him' and is now 'going out with 343'.
A number of excellent lighthearted character pieces include "The Verdant Braes of Skreen," "A Ballynure Ballad," You Couldn't Stop a Lover," "I Know My Love," "The Magpie's Nest," "The Old Turf Fire," "The Leprehaun," "I'm a Decent Good Irish Body," and "Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye.
There will be DJ sets from Psychemagik, Al Lover and Finders Keepers, an audio visual and virtual reality installation called Pzyk Pryzm, The Chrome Sugar Shack cinema in partnership with Metal, and the ever-popular PZYK Skreen Studio and Piccadilly Records 'Word Of Psychedelia Wax Wonders.
offaly & (f)Max decals publications ltd having its registered office & principal place of business at 67 skreen road, dublin 7 all having ceased to trade and having no assets or liabilities have resolved to notify the registrar of companies that the companies are not carrying on business and to request the registrar on that basis to excercise his powers pursuant to section 311 of the companies act 1963 to strike the names of the companies off the register, by order of the board, assistant secretary, company services ltd
while the approach-road sweeps round the skreen with views into a delightful valley beyond the pale, which by a sunk fence might seem to be actually a part of the park, and after passing a corner of the open grove which consists of several rows of large trees, it bursts upon the house, the water, and the opposite bank in an interesting point of view.
More than 500 men and women - but mostly women - stripped off to take the plunge for yesterday's annual Dip in the Nip on Dunmoran Strand, Skreen, Co Sligo.
Also, Erik Myrmo of Eugene defeated Brad Skreen of West Linn 3 and 2 on Wednesday to reach today's men's quarterfinals.
He was born in County Sligo, Ireland and was the youngest son of the Reverend Gabriel Stokes, who was rector at Skreen.