Bann


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

Bann,

longest river of Northern Ireland, rising as the Upper Bann in the Mourne Mts. and flowing 40 mi (64 km) NW to the southern end of Lough Neagh. It leaves the lake at its north shore as the Lower Bann and flows 40 mi (64 km) north past Coleraine to the Atlantic Ocean. It has important salmon and eel fisheries.
References in periodicals archive ?
In addition to the Midtown West location, the family also operates a second Bann restaurant in Los Angeles in the original Woo Lae Oak restaurant space.
25% Voters 33,014 Mike Nesbitt (UUP) Michelle McIlveen (DUP) Simon Hamilton (DUP) Jonathan Bell (DUP) Kellie Armstrong (Alliance) Philip Smith (UUP) Upper Bann Turnout 54.
A discussion of the aesthetics of the Norman coastline incorporates watercolours, daguerreotypes, picture postcards and Monet; Bann exposes the unexpected connections between giants like Courbet and Van Gogh and the little-known Alsatian engraver Aime de Lemud (Fig.
Emeritus Professor of History of Art and a senior research fellow at the University of Bristol, Prof Bann edited the 1974 anthology The Tradition of Constructivism.
Bann had watched Woods warm-up before the final round of the World Golf Championships event in Miami two weeks ago.
19) Noting that 'Acts of gift giving or puchasing prized goods carry weight precisely because they are described and accepted as virtues in their own right', McIntosh thus argues that in the absence of more detailed evidence, the generation of social capital can be studied by paying attention to particular economic transactions, such as the rewards paid to bann criers and other parish performers, which signify an exchange in which social capital is at stake.
Boherna On Air and Sheepwalk Bann were both worthy nominations, and I'm hoping we get to see them here later on in the year, too.
The Upper Bann MP said it was now important to 'move forward' following his triumph in yesterday's leadership contest at the ruling council meeting in Belfast.
The art historian Stephen Bann has produced several studies of significance to interdisciplinary scholars of nineteenth-century France, including The Clothing of Clio and Romanticism and the Rise of History.
The Falcons were led by their 200 medley relay team of Lindsay Taylor, Megan Winchell, Jessica Bann and Jessie Stiles, which finished third in 1:52.
Visiting the Bann Tham Hin camp in Ratchaburi Province, 150 kilometers from Bangkok, Ogata expressed concern at the poor conditions and sanitation.