Mullingar


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Mullingar

a town in N central Republic of Ireland, the county town of Co. Westmeath; site of cathedral; cattle raised. Pop.: 15 621 (2002)
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She said: "I was told the only clinic in Dublin at the Rotunda Hospital wasn't available so I had to travel to Mullingar. I was raped around 6pm and I didn't get to Mullingar until 10pm and within those hours I couldn't have a drink of water.
Buffalo Theatre Ensemble's embracing take on "Outside Mullingar" finds a wonderful balance of light and dark at College of DuPage's McAninch Arts Center in Glen Ellyn.
"Ensuring a decent standard of living for workers is essential JOAN BURTON AT MULLINGAR, CO WESTMEATH
Ronaldson, who was 86, died peacefully in the Midland Regional Hospital in Mullingar. He rode successfully in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, and was champion amateur in 1959.
"Joyce drew on his knowledge of Mullingar in his work.
The motorist before him was Imre Saartok, 29, Ushnagh Court, Mullingar.
Ireland has never been so accessible and the heartland around Mullingar in County Westmeath is an exciting alternative to the bright lights and sometimes overbearing pace of Dublin.
The dad, from Raheen in Mullingar, was last night described as being "devoted to his family" by locals.
Their bodies were taken to Mullingar General Hospital for a postmortem.
Mr Katvickas, and another Lithuanian national, Erikas Zukovas - both Mullingar residents - were accused of being drunk and disorderly at the Golden Lake Chinese Takeaway in Mullingar on Saturday last.
The biggest payout of [euro]50,000 went to a Mullingar man, who revealed he hasn't even told his family about his prize.
DEFINATE OPINION joined Roan Hurricane and Bonus Prince in the history books as multiple winners of the Gain Feeds Irish Cesarewitch when winning a thrilling final at Mullingar on Saturday, writes Michael Fortune.