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Cosgrave

1. Liam . born 1920, Irish statesman; prime minister of the Republic of Ireland (1973--77)
2. his father, W (illiam ) T (homas ). 1880--1965, Irish statesman; first prime minister (president of the executive council) of the Irish Free State (1922--32)
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Cosgrave played with the TV Underdogs a couple of years ago while Clancy has played for the Limerick intermediates in the past and was full back on the Limerick minor team in 2000.
An ambulance took Cosgrave away but the jockey was reported to be relatively unharmed.
Days before the trial, Callaghan sent a message to his Irish counterpart Liam Cosgrave warning if matters were to go wrong, "the consequences for evil will be incalculable".
In making this announcement, Paul Cosgrave, Chairman and CEO of Claremont Technology Group stated, "The PacStar acquisition is strategic to Claremont as it continues our expansion in the Pacific Rim, a growing market for systems integration.
Gemelova, who had driven 280 miles from North Yorkshire to Lingfield for one mount, left the course with a seven-day ban plus loss of riding fee and her share of second place prize-money, as did Cosgrave, who was suspended for five days after being beaten a short head at the all-weather fixture.
A coalition Government led by Fine Gael Taoiseach Liam Cosgrave came into power in 1973, with a get-tough attitude to paramilitaries.
Claremont Chairman and CEO, Paul Cosgrave, said, "We're pleased to welcome the Commonwealth of Kentucky to the growing list of states that have selected Claremont's CCMS solution.
A note from the President to the Aras secretary said Taoiseach Liam Cosgrave had been "extremely cordial and friendly".
It won the Irish Cambridgeshire - but Cosgrave was completing a two-day riding ban.
This agreement represents our expanding relationship with SNI in Asia Pacific to provide line management and comprehensive end-to-end network provisioning systems," stated Paul Cosgrave, chairman and CEO of Claremont Technology Group.
Cosgrave wrote: "Indeed I should say quite candidly that in the wake of recent revelations public opinion here would be gravely disturbed by any such departure on the part of my Government.