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  • proper n. A bay off the east coast of Ireland, between the counties of Galway and Connacht

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a bay of the North Atlantic on the west coast of Ireland


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  • Mary Pat Kelly found a great way to promote the paperback release of her epic Galway Bay -- just get a top film producer, Jean Doumanian, to develop it for television.

    John Lee: Jon Stewart Is "the Mack" for Author With Book to Sell

  •            Yes, Irish grandfathers really do speak that way, and when you're lads just over for the first time from built-up gray Dublin, you catch and remember every new thing; every word, every color of brown, blue, and green as you stand on each side of Grandfather, who puts a hand on your shoulder and looks out to the Aran Islands in Galway Bay.

    Something About Ireland

  • “I particularly recommend the oysters from Galway Bay.”

    The Season of Risks

  • I have come out of an hotel full of tourists and commercial travellers, to stroll along the edge of Galway Bay, and look out in the direction of the islands.

    Later Articles and Reviews

  • In Galway Bay, nestled on the west coast of Ireland, lives Fungi, a lone male dolphin who seeks the company of humans, as he has for over a quarter century now.

    On anthropomorphizing

  • The story starts in 1994, when the Senator became one-third owner of a 10-acre estate, then valued at $160,000, on the island of Inishnee on Galway Bay.

    Chris Dodd's Irish 'Cottage'

  • IBM is also working with researchers in Ireland to monitor water quality in Galway Bay.

    IBM Dives Into Water Venture

  • Marine Institute of Ireland A buoy with IBM sensors floats in Galway Bay, Ireland, where the company and researchers are working to monitor water quality.

    IBM Dives Into Water Venture

  • But there are many matters, from security to agriculture, on which a Union stretching from Galway Bay to Anatolia will be unable to find common ground.

    The End Of A Really Bad Year

  • - “We welcome you to stand out from the crowd, to travel small to get more, to go out and say bonjour, to savor the peppery tingle of freshly pressed Umbrian olive oil on real bruschetta, to haul in lobster traps from Maine's Penobscot Bay, or to listen to the invigorating crash of the North Atlantic on the jagged shores of Galway Bay.”

    Archive 2008-03-01


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