Lifford


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Lifford

the county town of Donegal, Republic of Ireland; market town. Pop.: 1395 (2002)
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All in all it's a great weekend for Lifford and for Donegal.
A West Midlands Police spokesman said in a statement: "Police searching for missing man Ashley Hall from Walkers Heath yesterday found a body on land off Lifford Lane, Kings Norton.
Kevin Tsujihara, Warner's chief executive, credits the way Lifford came in guns blazing.
The Birmingham and Worcester Canal runs next to Lifford Lane.
In a letter resigning from the Lifford Business Association (LBA), Mr Grosvenor said: "As a result of the 11th-hour intensive No campaign in Stirchley, spreading skewed facts, utilising LBA logo in their campaign confusing our members and spreading ill feeling based on misinformation, four years work has gone to waste.
Last month an internal HSE document was leaked to the media which listed Lifford as one of a number of hospitals and facilities in Donegal which are under review.
Lifford was one of a number of Irish tracks redeveloped in conjunction with the IGB Capital Development programme and it has staged some high-class events with the finals on Sunday evenings.
Lifford said she is sad because "the Supreme Court has put women's health at risk by ruling this ban constitutional.
Mickey sang at the giant party thrown by Lifford when Shay returned from the 2002 World Cup in Japan and Korea last summer.
I love it in the Highlands and Dingwall is actually bigger than Lifford so I've settled in fine.
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TPN Holdings plc (AMEX: TPN) today announced the retirement of Viscount Edward James Wingfield Lifford from the Company's Board of Directors.