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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.
Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) chair Mary Creagh has today accused the government of "demonstrating that it is content to tolerate practices that trash the environment and exploit workers" after a number of key recommendations made by her panel of MPs were rejected or not accepted.
Mary Creagh, who chairs the Environmental Audit Committee, said she was "deeply" worried there would be a hole in laws covering chemicals, waste, water and air.
The 22- and 17-storey blocks (centre) which have been constructed on the Arena Central site besides Alpha Tower CREAGH has reached new heights by building the tallest structure in its 43-year history.
Committee chairwoman Mary Creagh said: "The way we design, produce and discard clothes has a huge impact on our planet.
Labour MP Mary Creagh, who chairs the Environmental Audit Committee, called on the chairmen to "mobilise the power of sport" and make the move away from single-use plastics a reality.
Creagh Concrete, in Northern Ireland, added a CDE R2500 feeding and screening system and an additional AggMax log washer to their existing installation at Draperstown in order to tackle conglomerate even more efficiently and rapidly than before.
Creagh, executive vice president at Western States Folklore Society in Calfornia, said "people have always been attracted to folk narrative," during an email interview with (http://ibtimes.com) International Business Times Monday. 
Chris Ryder, from Wigan, has waived his right to anonymity to talk openly about how he suffered at the hands of John Michael Creagh, jailed for four years at Liverpool Crown Court last week after admitting five counts of indecent assault while he was working as a scout leader.
This includes an aggregate of USD3.5m to USD4.5m from the acquisition of Creagh Medical.
(NASDAQ: SRDX) has acquired Creagh Medical Ltd., an Irish developer and manufacturer of percutaneous transluminal angioplasty balloon catheters, the company said.