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- proper n. A sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland; bordered to the north by the North Channel and to the south by St George's Channel and the Celtic Sea.
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- n. an arm of the North Atlantic between Great Britain and Ireland
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It is also called the Cross of lona, as it was probably taken from Ireland to the Island of lona in the Irish Sea in the sixth century by St. Columba.
Three U-boats would operate on the Western Approaches and in the Irish Sea to interdict the main Atlantic trade routes to Liverpool and the Bristol Channel ports.
In September, he chose the cloying mud of Morecambe's Christie Park where the wind sweeps in off the Irish Sea as the location for his debut with Notts County.
Colliers and tankers had been arriving for several days; the first warships to arrive in the Flow were destroyers of the 4th Flotilla, which had been patrolling the Irish Sea during the Home Rule crisis.