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Wicklow

(ˈwɪkləʊ)
n
1. (Placename) a county of E Republic of Ireland, in Leinster province on the Irish Sea: consists of a coastal strip rising inland to the Wicklow Mountains; mainly agricultural, with several resorts. County town: Wicklow. Pop: 114 676 (2002). Area: 2025 sq km (782 sq miles)
2. (Placename) a port in E Republic of Ireland, county town of Co Wicklow. Pop: 9355 (2002)

Wick•low

(ˈwɪk loʊ)

n.
a county in Leinster province, in the E Republic of Ireland. 94,482; 782 sq. mi. (2025 sq. km).
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Tenders are invited for wicklow county council now wishes to hire environmental consultants to advise them, devise a remediation plan, assist in getting the necessary approvals/agreements in relation to the remediation plan and assist in hiring a contractor to carry out the approved remediation plan.
RATHNEW boss Harry Murphy has begged the Leinster Council to give Wicklow the chance to pull off their own Aughrim ambush next summer.
APPLICATION TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY FOR A LICENCE Wicklow Port Company, North Quay, Wicklow Town, Co.
THEY say you have to lose one before you can win one and perhaps the agony of losing last year's decider to Kerry can give Wicklow the edge in today's Christy Ring Cup Final at Croke Park, writes David Jennings.
Finishing as his team's top scorer, O Lionain scored the two crucial goals at vital times in each half, preventing Wicklow from getting a grip on the game.
Cold Blood centres on convicted murderer Brian Wicklow, who gets his kicks behind the bars of his cage by manipulating the outside world.
PORTHMADOG is to twin with Wicklow Town in Southern Ireland.
But I was bound for something higher a few miles down the road ( the mountains of County Wicklow, no less.
LOUTH heaped yet more agony on basement battlers Wicklow with an all too easy win in Div 2A of the National Football League at Aughrim yesterday.
In the earlier book, Ruan O'Donnell established that Wicklow came second only to Wexford in terms of human cost and damage to property suffered (on both sides) during the rebellion; the sequel shows that post-rebellion Wicklow was the most disturbed county down to 1803.
History reveals that Macreddin Village disappeared hundreds of years ago but the ruins situated at the rural heart of County Wicklow have now been developed into a quaint setting.
Since many insects eat fungi, Wicklow believes that sclerotia may have evolved chemical defenses to protect them from insects.