Ennis

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Ennis,

city (1990 pop. 13,883), Ellis co., N Tex.; inc. 1872. It is a trading, financial, rail, and processing center in a fertile blackland area that produces cattle, cotton, and grain. Ennis also has light manufacturing. The city, which was settled by Czechs, sponsors a national polka festival each May. Nearby Lake Bardwell offers recreational activities.

Ennis

a town in the W Republic of Ireland, county town of Co. Clare. Pop.: 22 051 (2002)
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Microsemi Corporation (Nasdaq: MSCC) has opened its Aviation Centre of Excellence in Ennis, Ireland, the company said.
147) </pre> <p>In 1997 when Ennis, Ireland, won the competition to become Ireland's "Information Age Town," there were virtually no computers in the schools, and very few teachers had ever personally used a computer: For the most part, educators were skeptical that technology would change traditional teaching and learning practices.
Audrey Peters (Des Plaines, Ill.) 1, 3; Sean Coughlan (Ennis, Ireland) d.