Navan


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Navan

(năv`ən) or

An Uaimh

(än o͞o`əv), town (1991 pop. 11,606), seat of Co. Meath, E Republic of Ireland, at the confluence of the Boyne and Blackwater rivers. It produces woolens and has sawmills. Clothing, furniture, and carpets are also made. There are remains of the old town walls. Nearby are some medieval ruins and the imposing Navan Mote.
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A live threat is Noel Meade's Ned Buntline, who got off the mark over fences at Navan just prior to Christmas.
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Gardai received a phone call that the theft in Navan, Co Meath, just after 1am yesterday was taking place.
MORE than 6,000 people marched through Navan yesterday in a protest over the future of its hospital.
Councillors in his hometown of Navan, County Meath, unanimously agreed a memorial plaque to the boxer they all knew as a "true gentleman" should be placed in a riverside park.
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