MacArthur 'advised him [Curtin] strongly not to permit the tactical program suggested by General Blarney
Mr Coleman, who lives on Blarney
Street, said it was thanks to the community's great support that this incident didn't turn into a tragedy.
Book of Kells, above, the Guiness Storehouse in Dublin, top, the Blarney
Stone at Blarney
Castle, above, and Holy Cross Abbey, right
The stone was hidden in the Wagon Wheel's women's restroom in past years, but the roughly 7-foot-tall boulder is going to be showcased in the Blarney
Stone, Sims said.
Adrian Maguire, trainer of Blarney
Kestrel "She's well bred and won her point-topoint well, but is more of a bumper mare than a point-to-point mare.
Superstitions continued the next day at Blarney
Castle, where we climbed the winding staircase to the Blarney
stone at the top, scaring myself silly.
Kissing the Blarney
Stone supposedly gives you "the gift of eloquence.
Certainly he must know that there are legions of conservative publications where he will find what I (and many others) would charitably refer to as "right-wing blarney
A short drive north is Blarney
Castle where legend has it if you kiss the famous stone you'll be blessed with the gift of the gab.
In 1446, the limestone Blarney
Stone was set in the Blarney
Today's Harry Shaw holiday prize is a five-day/four-night trip for two to the Ring of Kerry, Blarney
, Killarney and Dublin worth pounds 259.
Among the companies exhibiting in the gallery are Blarney
Glass, a new subsidiary of Blarney
Stone Enterprises that features handmade collectibles and objets d'art glass; Donegal Parian China; Galway Irish Crystal (new in Atlanta are Liffey and Lagan full-crystal pillar candlesticks; Raindrops, Claddagh and Celtic vases, bowls and votives; and Religious and Hurricane candlesticks and hurricane lamps); and Newbridge Silverware.