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Clogher

(klŏkh`ər), town (1991 pop. 8,500), Co. Tyrone, central Northern Ireland, on the Blackwater River. A religious center since St. Patrick's time, Clogher is the seat of a Protestant bishop; its cathedral was rebuilt in the 18th cent. and restored in 1956. The cathedral of the Roman Catholic bishop of Clogher is at Monaghan, Republic of Ireland.
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The crooks hit Clogher Valley Free Presbyterian Church in Co Tyrone on Tuesday and took audio visual equipment, cash for missionary work, and dinner money from the attached school.
uk NORTHERN IRELAND JULY 29: Cows and horses are getting primped for the Clogher Valley Show.
The students from St Cuthbert's Catholic High School and Sacred Heart Catholic High School took part in discussions yesterday with Cabinet office economist Robert Clogher.
Some of the Irish panoramas will make you want to pack your bags straight away--the drumlins at Clew Bay in County Mayo and the jagged headlands at Clogher Head on the Dingle Peninsula were both photographed as low Atlantic light swept in from the west.
And they extended their slender lead in the second half, when neat inter-passing between Thackray, Downsborough, Hetherington and Clogher forced Ribb into conceding a penalty, and Lomas stroked the ball between the uprights.
OF CLOGHER There needs to be a system of independent checks and reports that allow action to be taken by managers to improve hygiene standards.
This is not just a cosmetic exercise," one of the prelates, Bishop Joseph Duffy of Clogher, told a news conference at the Irish seminary in Rome Sunday.
Fivemiletown Creamery is a small farmer-owned cooperative based in the beautiful Clogher Valley and has built its century-old reputation on the art of combining the quality and purity of the milk with the skill and passion of its cheesemakers.
An insider said yesterday's haul could be worth pounds 250,000, with about pounds 60,000 of suspect goods seized on Saturday in Clogher, County Fermanagh.
The sale leader at 25,000gns was Garracloon Vidame, a rising two-year-old who had collected the senior and overall supreme championships the previous day for Sean McGovern and his 11-year-old daughter Eimear, of Clogher, County Tyrone.
Lord Morrow of Clogher commenting on the defeat in the House of Lords of the battle to retain academic selection
Contributors identified only by name build on the work of the historical journal Clogher Record to discuss such aspects of the past 15 centuries as the earliest cult of Molaisse, the late medieval diocese, papal letters and Irish clergy before the Reformation, two poems on Patrick's Purgatory, social and political comment in the Lenten pastorals of Bishop Patrick McKenna from 1916 to 1922, and partition and the Catholic Church from about 1912 to 1928.