Carna


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Carna

goddess of physical fitness. [Rom. Myth.: Leach, 192]
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Speaking on the occasion of the company's launch Minoru Amano, Chief Executive Officer, Carna Medical Database, said, "Carna is a protective Roman Goddess, who is believed to bring strength to the body.
The 42/21b-5z well (the Carna Well) has encountered a gas bearing reservoir and is currently being completed for testing.
Carna Biosciences will screen the library, and identify and develop lead compounds.
The crew had been making the short trip from Carna to Ross A Mhil, Co Galway, when strong winds and heavy seas forced the vessel on to the rocks.
Seoirse Lap agus Banrion na Bruine" [Seoirse Lap and the Fairy Queen], on the other hand, is an oral legend told in Connemara in September 1937 by Eamon Liam a Burc, of Aill na Bron, near Carna, County Galway, and recorded on wax cylinders with an Ediphone machine by Liam Mac Coisdeala, a thirty-year-old collector for the Irish Folklore Commission.
Yet it is worth reminding ourselves how violent the tale and play are: it is clear that as the Man Without Hands says, "there will be precious little sharing of those dollars" (23), and as much as Davidson's action may pre-empt the theft he does so with carna ge.
The trailer has Carna Transport Island Ltd written on its side along with a large orange letter C.
We took a day-long coast road tour to Clifden via Carna and Carraroe.
Pavle Ugrinov's "Love and Goodness" consists of four long love stories, each of which has a female name in its ride: Nikoleta, Stanislava, Carna, and Makrena.
Contractor name : CARNA RESEARCH STATION, RYAN INST, NUIG
The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, purchased his winning ticket at the Drive Centra in Carna Cushinstown in Ballinaboola, Co Wexford, on the day of the draw.