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  • proper n. A town in the county of Donegal, Ireland.


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  • However, Detective Inspector Kevin English, Letterkenny, objected to the bail variation and said that if he was allowed to travel to Spain gardaí would not be in a position to monitor his movements.

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  • Letterkenny Reservoir in Pa., on a kastmaster lure.

    Best Fish Mount Contest

  • Letterkenny (where hubby works) makes two of them.

    MRAP | My[confined]Space

  • This match today and the cutbacks at Letterkenny General Hospital are what people are interested in, up my way.

    The Priest

  • Mass is also said every year on the feast of the Assumption in the cathedral in Letterkenny.

    The Situation of the Classical Roman Rite in Ireland, two years after Summorum Pontificum

  • Home of Michael O'Leary, Genisis Pewter, and Ireland's second fastest growing town (after Letterkenny last time I heard) ... seriously, Mullingar is a town of over 20,000 people now, why has'nt Google noticed it!

    Using Mapbuilder to anotate Irish cities

  • He joins Cllr. Damien Blake - Mayor of Letterkenny (who joined us on last week's Web 2.0 Ireland Skypecast) - in the ranks of Irish politicians who have hopped on the Cluetrain.

    May 2006

  • The interface is a little buggy on my mac, but I have to agree - the street level navigation is much better than Google (around Letterkenny, anyway).

    Move over Google Maps, Map24 covers Ireland much better

  • So the young men tore themselves away from the sobbing mother, and, through her blinding tears, she watched them mount the steep road leading to Letterkenny first and then to the outside world, where danger must be faced and glory won.

    The Argosy Vol. 51, No. 3, March, 1891

  • Letterkenny who had hoarded his gold and had it turn to dry leaves as a punishment.

    The Primrose Ring


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