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balbriggan

[bal′brig·ən]
(textiles)
Knitted yarn made of cotton, wool, rayon, or other fiber and which is characteristically lightweight and unbleached.
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They said: "However unpleasant the thought of having him here in Balbriggan, and possibly in my estate is, I can't imagine how the victim must feel.
A man was arrested in Ballyfermot, Dublin, and taken to Balbriggan Garda Station where he was held under Section 30 of the Offences Against the State Act.
Co-organiser Adele Povey, from Balbriggan, added: "I can say for certain the pageant will still be going ahead.
The court heard gardai were searching for him after he was reported missing by his mother when he did not return to his home at New Haven Bay in Balbriggan the previous night.
Whelan is accused of murdering his wife, a legal secretary, in April 2001 at their home in Balbriggan, Co Dublin.
Presiding judge Mr Justice Paul Butler remanded Evans, McGrath and Cullen, of Brackenwood Ave, Balbriggan, in custody to appear before the court again on July 26 while Kelly was remanded in custody until July 16.
The victim is from the Inbhir Ide area of Malahide but was with his aunt in Balbriggan, having spent the night there.
Balbriggan gardai are investigating and appealing to anyone who noticed anything unusual in the area at around 10pm on Sunday to come forward.
Aaron Black, Gary Duddy and Joseph Richards, all with addresses in Finglas, North Dublin, and coaccused William O'Neill, of Durrow Road in Crumlin, West Dublin, appeared in Blanchardstown District Court over the armed robbery at Goldsmith's Jewellers in Balbriggan, North Co Dublin, on Friday.
Other stations with below average prices are: Texaco in Balbriggan, Co Dublin, at 86.