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  • proper n. One of the counties of Northern Ireland

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Examples

  • RANDY DOWN, FORMER VP, FORENSICS ANALYSIS: No. KOCH: Despite his outrage in the e-mail, Down says his concerns were eventually resolved.

    CNN Transcript Apr 14, 2007

  • RANDY DOWN, FORMER VP, FORENSIC ANALYSIS & ENGINEERING CORP: No. KOCH (voice-over): Despite his outrage in the e-mail, Down says his concerns were eventually resolved.

    CNN Transcript Apr 14, 2007

  • Running down the coast to Antrim, with which he was personally familiar, he made some stay at Saul, in Down, where he made few converts, and celebrated Mass in a barn; proceeding northward he found himself rejected with scorn by his old master, Milcho, of Slemish.

    A Popular History of Ireland : from the Earliest Period to the Emancipation of the Catholics — Volume 1

  • ON Dr. K---- 's promotion to the bishopric of Down, an appointment in some quarters unpopular, Archbishop Whately observed, "The Irish government will not be able to stand many more such _Knocks Down_ as this!"

    The Jest Book The Choicest Anecdotes and Sayings

  • Starz: 'Party Down'** and' Gravity'** -- Jane Lynch returns for the 'Party Down' season finale

    Inside TV Blog

  • (Chorus) And I found that round here In this city That I wont disappear In this city I got nothing to fear In this city, In this city Ive been down here Down these roads People pass through Some stay some go Standing here broke Not a penny to my name But she says she loves me all the same I try my best And you do to And all you want is something you can move to Everybodys gotta get their kicks somewhere Everybody gotta fit in somewhere Theres, an open road And Im traveling down

    WN.com - Articles related to Everton Manager David Moyes Wanted Craig Bellamy On Loan

  • Also, pioneer families did not use the term Down's Syndrome although the Down for whom it is named did first describe it in 1866.

    Archive 2006-09-03

  • IYAS MALEH: The problem in Daraa started, I want to say almost a month ago, when little kids were spraying, using spray paint, on the wall the phrase "Down with the Assad regime," I believe.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • At least one firebomb was thrown and demonstrators sprayed on the phrase "Down with the Field Marshal," referring to Gen. Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, leader of the ruling council.

    The Seattle Times

  • You can follow exclusive coverage of American superstar Tiger Woods in his first two rounds, as he looks to defend his title Down Under.

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