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Duncan,

city (1990 pop. 21,732), seat of Stephens co., SW Okla., in an oil, farm, and cattle area; inc. 1892. There is an oil industry, and electronics, concrete, and apparel are manufactured. During the late 19th cent., Duncan was a stopping-off place for cattle drivers bringing their herds from Texas to the railhead in Abilene, Kans.

Duncan

Isadora . 1878--1927, US dancer and choreographer, who influenced modern ballet by introducing greater freedom of movement
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It is a past that he confronts with irony and wry humour, as illustrated by the first words he addresses to Donnacha in the story, as he is having dinner with the couple:
in a b Je Jen mi mfi f nD an a o No N l me m n we w n Da D d bo b th le leg a ar arm Donnacha and another neighbour, Ian Nolan, 41, heard the men screaming and went to investigate.
That's probably it for the year and Donnacha gave him a great ride.
Festival director Donnacha Dowling said: "What the committee is looking for is someone over the age of 25, who can mix with people.
JOSEPH and Donnacha O'Brien doubled-up with Sebastiano Ricci and Detailed in Roscommon last night as Donnacha broke the 50-winner barrier for the first time.
JOSEPH and Donnacha O'Brien are teaming up to take their dad down.
Either way, Munster's Donnacha Ryan is up for tackling it IS IT A BIRD, IS IT A PLANE 2 Ireland's Seamus O'Connor takes off in the men's Slopestyle Snowboarding semi at Sochi GETTING DOWN AND DIRTY Paul Carberry is out in front, but the jockey in second could be advertising washing powder TACKLING OR HUGGING?
Irish outside-half Jonny Sexton (hamstring), centre Brian O'Driscoll (ankle) and locks Mick McCarthy (knee), and Donnacha Ryan (back) are all doubts, while wing Simon Zebo will miss the rest of the tournament with a broken foot.
Head coach Kidney has also called in Denis Hurley and Gavin Duffy to bolster the backs division, and added to his forward options by bringing in prop forward Tony Buckley, second rows Mick O'Driscoll and Donnacha Ryan, and back-rower Rhys Ruddock.
Munster will be without second-row Mick O'Driscoll for the Heineken Cup double-header against the Blues with former Wales lock Chris Wyatt set to deputise for Irish duo Paul O'Connell and Donnacha O'Callaghan.
Last week against the Dubs Donnacha Walsh had a solid debut, but is on the bench today.