Suir

Suir

(sho͝or), river, 85 mi (137 km) long, rising on Devilsbit Mt., central Republic of Ireland. It flows south through a fertile agricultural region, then east past Clonmel and Waterford to the Barrow River, with which it forms Waterford Harbour. The Suir receives the Aherlow River and empties into the Atlantic Ocean at Waterford Harbor.
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The 750-metre stretch of the waterway at Suir Road in Inchicore, Dublin, was completely drained after the incident on Sunday.
Major organization : SCOIL MHUIRE (GREENHILL CARRICK ON SUIR)
4.20 Clonmel Suir Valley Chase 2m4f Live on RTV Card and Spotlight, page 30 ONCE unbeatable now just unpredictable, Yorkhill makes his eagerly awaited return from a 290-day absence in the Suir Valley Chase (4.20) at Clonmel today with Willie Mullins warming him up for a crack at the spring festivals.
A statement issued by the Hebron Governorate, Israeli army broke into the towns of Yatta, Bani Na'im, Al-Fadriya, Surif, Beit Awwa and Suir and raided and searched a number of people's homes.
Searchers looking for Elisha Gault made the discovery in the river Suir in Waterford, Ireland, about eight kilometres from where she was last seen alive over a week ago,the Irish Mirror reports.
Waterford, Kilkenny and Treasures of South-east Ireland is a six-day trip from PS409pp that also includes time in Dublin and excursions on the Waterford and Suir Valley Railway.
Once across the fast-flowing estuary of the River Suir, the drive up Ballinakill island to the clubhouse takes you through mature tree-lined avenues and past the exclusive Waterford Castle Hotel - the oak-panelled mansion retreat of celebrities from near and far.
The big man has done a good job at St Pats and Cork City but he may have bitten off more than he can chew by the banks of the Suir. Mind you, when I listen to him I wonder if he is talking about the same teams that I watch every week.
Sited adjacent to the River Suir in the centre of Thurles, Co Tipperary, the building combines an arts centre, theatre and library, with each function clearly expressed beneath an undulating zinc roof.
These explorations were the starting point for All Souls (1997), a compendium incorporating poetry, story, illustration, and memoir, that recovered from limbo the tragic life of James Coady, a Suir boatman and Michael Coady's ancestor, who had set sail for America on his wife's death, leaving his son to be raised by his own father and never returning to Carrick.
One witness told the Irish Mirror the huge group then exited the tram at Suir Road in Hybreasal, near St James's Hospital.
The pair, who were in their late 20s or early 30s were found in the Grand Canal at Suir Road in Inchicore, Dublin.