gallowglass


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gal·low·glass

 (găl′ō-glăs′)
n.
Variant of galloglass.
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Playhouse Theatre, Williamson Square, Liverpool, 0151 708 3700 - to Sat, 17 Feb Gallowglass A world stage premiere from the pen of one of the world's greatest thriller writers.
029 2037 3022 THEATRE Gallowglass Middle Ground Theatre Company Ltd presents Gallowglass by Ruth Rendell.
Gallowglass is the work of mystery and crime writer Ruth Rendell, under her pen name of Barbara Vine.
He first appeared on the small screen in 1993's Gallowglass, while his movie debut was in 1995's Othello.
Money Tree In the spring, best-selling author Gordon Ferris released Gallowglass, the last novel in his outstanding Douglas Brodie series.
An office has been inaugurated by Gallowglass Group in Doha, Qatar for taking advantage of growing business opportunities in the Middle East.
"I'm in a good place now," said O'Hagan, who is sponsored by Gallowglass Crew and Company.
Mr Clarke, regional manager for door firm Gallowglass Security Partners, said: "Maybe an incident like this is once a year or every blue moon.
Matt Storey, director of business development, Gallowglass Ltd and Will Tyler, chief executive, Octink Ltd, also spoke at the briefing and highlighted the products and expertise of their companies.
Career He first appeared on TV in 1993's Gallowglass, while his movie debut was in 1995's Othello.
Richie Fitzgerald came from Bundoran, the Clipper Carlton from Strabane, the great Gallowglass from Kildare led by Pat McGarr, the Brose Walsh Band from Mayo (still going strong), Gerry Cronin from Tuam, the great Mick Delahunty from Tipperary and Stephen Garvey from Castlebar.
oStatus: Smouldering actor with a gorgeous voice who bagged plum roles in Gallowglass and Anna Karenina.