Eire


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Eire:

see IrelandIreland,
Irish Eire [to it are related the poetic Erin and perhaps the Latin Hibernia], island, 32,598 sq mi (84,429 sq km), second largest of the British Isles.
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Gaelic, Eire, republic (2005 est. pop. 4,016,000), 27,136 sq mi (70,282 sq km). It occupies all but the northeastern corner of the island of Ireland in the British Isles. (For physical geography and history to 1922, see Ireland.
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Eire

1. the Irish Gaelic name for Ireland: often used to mean the Republic of Ireland
2. a former name for the Republic of Ireland (1937--49)
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Even the theological successes of Protestantism--the desacralization of nature and human experience of which Carlos Eire writes so well--turned out to be a precondition of the scientific materialism of modern Europe and Progressive America, which has little use for Christianity.
But in this book Eire has given us a story much closer to home.
There are more, for example "Platonic Eternity: the Intelligible Realm," which Eire marks "obsolete, but influential.
The book recounts the service of people born in Eire and Northern Ireland and many others born far abroad of one or both Irish parents or in some cases, simply having an Irish surname.
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En efecto, Eire se ha convertido en lo que algunos llaman un tigre celta, ya que tienen una tasa de crecimiento similar a la de varios competitivos paises asiaticos y tres veces superior a la de otros miembros de la UE: se espera que en la decada venidera dicha tasa se mantenga alrededor del 5 por ciento, contra 1.
For Nenagh Eire Og it was another crushing final loss, their second by a one point margin in three years.
There, Christine learns the ancient story of a trio of Irish sisterly queens - Banba, Fodla and Eire - who were in a race to win the honour of naming the island.
Judges were Mrs Jane Arrell, Messrs Ed Seaton and Brian Miller and the overall interbreed champion was yearling Jersey heifer, Eire Governor Gorgeous, bred by the Morgan family of Nantybwla, Henffwlch Road, Carmarthen.
The company behind Basil Brush and Postman Pat programmes has forged ahead with extended distribution rights to the Barbie film franchise in the UK and Eire.
11 International Honours: Eire (3 senior Caps), Eire B, Eire U21, Eire Youth, Eire Schools Clubs: Middlesborough, (signed from Home Farm on 16/8/1991), Darlington (Loaned on 25/02/1994), Stoke City (13/09/1996), Cardiff City (06/07/2001)
Matthew Connolly, co-founder with Paul Timmons of Eire Systems in January 1996, comments, "The majority of our clients are foreign financial and multinational companies, although we are more recently doing business with large Japanese companies.