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- proper n. A county in the Republic of Ireland
- proper n. A town in the County Cavan, Ireland
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as caban.
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Just fyi: the principal, Patricia Cavan, is a woman.
At Blurred Line, Cavan is offering a special on Apodis, a POD publisher.
The boy was lying on the floor in Cavan’s bedroom, staring at dozens of letters that had been cut into the radiator grille.
Mrs. Floyd survived her husband several years, dying at "Cavan," her home, in Burke's Garden, Tazewell County, December 12, 1852.
However, some councils around the country recorded extremely high attendance rates, such as Cavan, where the most meetings missed by a single representative was three.
The referee drew the first half of Kerry's match against Cavan to a close and made his way out of the rain.
At least three fights broke out in the match between Kerry and Cavan alone.
But the reality of the festival is far more raucous, with locals and visitors taking to the streets of Cavan town for impromptu music sessions and parties.
“School property is not a public place,” Cavan said.
School principal Pat Cavan confirmed the protest could not be allowed under school policy, which prevents any group from spreading one-sided information on any religious, political or other contentious subject.
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