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Liffey

(lĭf`ē), river, c.50 mi (80 km) long, rising in the Wicklow Mts., E Republic of Ireland, and flowing W, NE, and then E through Dublin to Dublin Bay. There are three electric power stations on the river.

Liffey

a river in E Republic of Ireland, rising in the Wicklow Mountains and flowing west, then northeast through Dublin into Dublin Bay. Length: 80 km (50 miles)
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We played our games outside our front door, on good old Liffey street, number 64, Cousins David, and Joyce, our Margi, and me, also my little brother Mike, Who was not yet three, it was hard for our mothers to clothe us, and feed, But we knew we were all loved - what else did we need?
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In May, Dalata announced an agreement with receiver Kieran Wallace to acquire the freehold interest of certain elements of Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane, Dublin 2, and the Clarion Hotel Liffey Valley, Dublin 22, for EUR 62.
The plan would be aimed at making the outdoors, and the hidden gem that is the Valley of the River Liffey especially, a must see part of the visitor experience of Dublin.
This charming coffee table book documents 24 of the bridges spanning the Liffey River within Dublin city and county.
Aware that a busy production plant such as Liffey Meats required minimum disruption and minimal downtown, FloorTech[R] works were carried out over a three stage installation process which included the removal of the old floor coatings and contaminates, preparing the surface (allowing for the installation of new drainage system) and finally the application of resin floor finishes.
HSBC Alternative Investments (HAIL) has acquired a majority stake in Liffey Valley shopping centre in west Dublin.
They had been supplied by three factories, including Liffey Meats.
A major search of the River Liffey was going on last night to try to find the missing man.
pounds 337 Fly to Dublin and stay at the four-star Clarion Hotel Liffey Valley for four nights with the flight leaving Cardiff on Monday, May 3.
The marsupial was let loose among more than 150 revellers dancing at the Clarion Hotel in Liffey Valley, west Dublin, to the theme tune of Australian television show Skippy The Bush Kangaroo.
There is arguably no place more central to Ireland's capital than the River Liffey, which snakes its way through the city and divides Dublin into north and south sides before emptying into the Irish Sea at the city's edge.