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creagh

(krɛx)
n
dialect Irish and Scot a raid or foray
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But by far the most wonderful of all cetacean relics was the almost complete vast skeleton of an extinct monster, found in the year, on the plantation of Judge Creagh, in Alabama.
Ms Creagh, the Wakefield MP whose constituency used to cover parts of Hudders-field, is believed to have collected about 10 nominations from Labour MPs, short of the 35 needed to feature in the final ballot of members.
MARY CREAGH (right), a former Coventry schoolgirl, has joined the race to become the next leader of the Labour Party.
And last night Shadow international development secretary Mary Creagh joined the race to succeed Ed Miliband promising to "earn back the trust that middle England has lost in the Labour Party".
Shadow Transport Secretary Mary Creagh said: "Road safety should be a priority.
Summary: Mary Creagh MP said the government has been 'well behind the curve' on the horse meat scandal,
British wind and bio power company Renewable Energy Generation (LON:WIND), or REG, said it has set up a 50/50 joint venture with concrete producer and builder Creagh Concrete to develop wind projects in Northern Ireland.
The extraordinary demand came from Mary Creagh (Lab, Wakefield) in the House of Commons.
The new law would have put Galway's Creagh cemetery on it's head - literally - by moving headstones to the foot of graves.
We would have to find out what the ground rules are for doing this,'' said Palmdale Assistant City Manager Ron Creagh.
Also featured in this innovative documercial is one of the nation's foremost drug prevention crusaders, Milton Creagh.
The five, Jeremy Corbyn, Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper, Liz Kendall and Mary Creagh, faced questions at the annual conference of the GMB union in Dublin, Ireland, during an eagerly-awaited hustings.