Tullamore


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Tullamore

(tŭl`əmôr), town (1991 pop. 9,430), seat of Co. Offaly, central Republic of Ireland. It is a marketing and processing center for a fertile farm area. The Book of Durrow, a copy of the Gospels, was written c.700 at nearby Durrow Abbey (founded 553 by St. Columba; torn down 12th cent.).

Tullamore

the county town of Offaly, Republic of Ireland; food processing and brewing. Pop.: 11 098 (2002)
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Mr Harvey appealed to the people of Tullamore to report any sightings of the group.
Kildare's prodigal son has ditched Aussie Rules after three years to return to his roots and could even feature in Tullamore today.
Tullamore Dew has registered two wins from three starts for Hammond since leaving Nick Gifford earlier in the year and is one of the leading contenders in the ante-post market, quoted at 8-1 by the sponsor.
Unless you are a regular visitor to Ireland you might only have heard of Tullamore because of the famous Irish whiskey, Tullamore Dew.
Above: the Tullamore Court Hotel, with the 16th green, left, and 8th fairway, right, on the welcoming golf course We also played Dunmurry Springs, which has been re-shaped to avoid too many hill climbs between holes, although seven counties can be seen from the highest point on the course.
What is more, it is not even distilled in Tullamore any more, though it was once and will be again when a new distillery being built in the town returns Tullamore Dew to its spiritual home.
Connections had been established with families such as Pim and Manly who were later to be prominent in business in Tullamore.
Tullamore District Court heard yesterday McGrath had been to a family wedding before the incident.
With Poquelin sitting at the top of the field, there are plenty with feather weights who must line up from out of the handicap and Tullamore Dew is such a runner.
The company, which has its headquarters in San Clemente, California, will make a "significant capital investment" in a building at the IDA Business and Technology Park in Tullamore.
The Glenfiddich owner took on Tullamore Dew Irish whiskey as part of its [pounds sterling]256m acquisition of C&C's spirits portfolio this week, which comprises cream liqueur Carolans and liqueurs Frangelico and Irish Mist.
TULLAMORE DEW 10-YEAR-OLD joins the Irish whiskey portfolio that includes Tullamore Dew and Tullamore Dew 12-Year-Old.