moygashel


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moygashel

(ˌmɔɪɡəˈʃɛl)
n
1. (Textiles) an Irish linen
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a garment made from this type of Irish linen
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However, the 61-year-old, from Moygashel Park, Moygashel, Co Tyrone, later made an admission to police.
"When we decided to create a new secondary packaging facility in Moygashel, we needed a solution that was fully integrated and supremely flexible, striking the right balance between operational expenditure and capital expenditure and encompassing full project management.
Firms which are represented include Hull Traders, Edinburgh Weavers, Sanderson, Osman, Moygashel, Tibor, Danasco, Sundour, Francis Price, and Textra.
The fashion emphasis in the 'Round the shops' articles in the women's pages in the 1940s and early 1950s was on fabrics--wool suiting, printed linen, sprigged cotton, Moygashel tweed, even straw for straw hats.
The device exploded at the back of a house at Bleachfield Park in Moygashel, Co Tyrone.
Following the war he made up with his wife and returned home to the village of Moygashel, County Tyrone, where they worked in a linen mill.
The dress is pale bone Irish Moygashel, the real thing, bought from Art-Max discount fabrics on 38th.
Units from Moygashel, Dungannon and Belfast also attended.
A 28-year-old man is abducted by the IRA in Cookstown and is driven around for two hours before being beaten and forced to lie on the ground at Moygashel. He was then shot in the right leg.
Fabrics, beginning at left, are from Fame (US), Moygashel (Northern Ireland), Wilson Wilcox (GB), Bloomcraft (US), Wilson Wilcox (GB) and Intair (DE).
Tailored Image Ltd, es, s, u-based at Moygashel, will make skirts, trousers, scarfs, black socks, long-sleeve shirts and coats for female ushers.
Goals were always assured at the Moygashel venue, the pre-match statistics absolutely guaranteeing a goal feast.