from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A borough of southwest Ireland on the Shannon River estuary. It was an important Norse settlement in the 9th and 10th centuries and was taken by the English in the late 12th century. The city is noted for its fine lace. Population: 52,500.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A county in the Republic of Ireland.
- proper n. A town in the county of Limerick
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Now let's romanticize it and equate to a modern limerick; let's make it vulgar and call it Limerick 2.0.
Apparitions in Limerick, cannibals in Galway: just what is happening in the West?
- I paid a visit to the Enterprise Acceleration Centre in Limerick yesterday where I got a sneak peek at some of the work being done byYourPinPoints, Edware, CoClarity and Mobanode.
Bizcamp Limerick is also in the planning stages and takes place at UL on March 21st.
Here's one in Limerick (though I suspect originally from France)
Limerick is a long way from Dublin, and funding restrictions meant I made the mistake of flying Ryanair, which I won't do again if I can help it.
-- Blogger Coffee in Limerick went off very well and I'm definitely not missing the next one.
We had a similar problem in Limerick two years ago when we started up Limerick Geek Meetups where it was often just two or three of us, like Conn, Bernie and myself.
Next time you'll be blogging about how many contacts you made at the one in Limerick hehe!
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