Etain

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Etain

most beautiful woman in Ireland. [Irish Folklore: Briggs, 123–125]
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And there was fierce rivalry between Kerrywoman Evelyn McDermott and Dubs Anne Donnelly and Aideen Lee who went to the match together.
Summary: Dublin [Ireland], Apr 29 (ANI): David O'Connor, who was the former Fingal County council mayor, has been named as the new Cricket Ireland President, replacing former President Aideen Rice.
St Ambrose trio Olivia Brown, Emily McNicol and Laura McNicol all took part in the drawing and painting course, while schoolmates Aideen Brogan and Niamh Ryan respectively tried out digital photography and creative writing.
Organiser Aideen O'Riordan, 24, a nurse from Mallow in Co Cork, said she wants to return to Ireland but insisted employment conditions must change first.
Aideen Maguire, Ph.D., from Queen's University Belfast in the United Kingdom, and colleagues conducted a retrospective population-wide cohort study of all individuals born in Northern Ireland between Jan.
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Hungary fights for Iranian actress: An Iranian actress who converted to Christianity, Aideen Strandsson (photo), 37, has been offered asylum in Hungary, which is normally the European country most hostile to Middle Easterners who flee to Europe.
Yeats' The Winding Stair, the statue of Jim Larkin by Oisin Kelly, Cork County Hall designed by Patrick McSweeney, Maeve Brennan's Christmas Eve, and Paula Meehan's Reading the Sky; and ends with Silent Moves by Aideen Barry, Emma O'Kane, and the Ridgepool Training Centre and Scannan Technologies.
A jury yesterday cleared Denis and Aideen Jones of all charges of child cruelty against two boys between the mid-1970s and 1980 while they were working at a care home.
Denis and Aideen Jones lost their jobs and ran up legal bills of up to PS100,000 as they defended themselves against claims they were responsible for cruelty against children at the Bryn Alyn residential home, Wrexham, between 1973 and 1980.
They are, from left, back row: Beryl Bain, Pat Lloyd, Joyce Pugmire, Joyce Phillips, Margaret Brickles, Jean Carter, Aideen Irwin.