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Lifford

the county town of Donegal, Republic of Ireland; market town. Pop.: 1395 (2002)
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In the Republic, they have secured Classic victories in the Easter Cup, Ladbrokes 600, Laurels and two Cesarewitches, plus valuable secondline events at Youghal (EUR11,000 Champion Stakes), Dundalk (EUR10,000 Junior Cup), Lifford (EUR10,000 Super Sprint) and Mullingar (EUR8,000 Fair Warrior Open), while twice gaining entry to Derby finals.
We are currently concentrating on the canal towpath at Lifford Lane as well as Melchett Road.
The site contains several acres of prime land which is located in the heart of the border town and backs onto the popular Lifford Greyhound Track.
The 25-year-old, who earns pounds 20,000-a-week at United, is planning his honeymoon in the Carribean - followed by a week in Rossgier in Lifford, Co Donegal helping Jane to meet her new relatives.
Starring: Kellie Martin, Nia Peeples, Matt Roth, Tina Lifford, Dana Ashbrook?
30pm and 5pm on different days of the week (I certainly wouldn't attempt a weekend), and on each occasion the line of traffic waiting on the narrow Lifford Lane to turn into the site has backed up some 10 or 15 cars at least.
But a digger driver accidentally uncovered the remains early yesterday in Lifford, in the River Finn, at an area called Islandmore.
There will be no racing at any tracks on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve, but Lifford will be racing on New Year's Day.
There never was a Lifford Canal, nor for that matter was there a Titford Canal, although there was (and still is) the Titford branch of the Birmingham Canal.
We would normally have hundreds of shoppers from across the border coming here over the weekend but because of the tight security at Lifford Bridge, people are just staying at home.
NYSE: MTX) announced today that its affiliate Specialty Minerals Lifford has purchased a precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) business in Kings Norton, England, near the city of Birmingham, from Rhodia Limited, a subsidiary of Rhodia, one of the world's leading specialty chemicals companies.
Officers were despatched to the Lifford Lane tip in Kings Norton as tempers frayed because of huge demand to dump green waste, councillors were told.