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Tullamore

(tŭl`əmôr), town (1991 pop. 9,430), seat of Co. Offaly, central Republic of Ireland. It is a marketing and processing center for a fertile farm area. The Book of Durrow, a copy of the Gospels, was written c.700 at nearby Durrow Abbey (founded 553 by St. Columba; torn down 12th cent.).
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Tullamore

the county town of Offaly, Republic of Ireland; food processing and brewing. Pop.: 11 098 (2002)
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Above: the Tullamore Court Hotel, with the 16th green, left, and 8th fairway, right, on the welcoming golf course We also played Dunmurry Springs, which has been re-shaped to avoid too many hill climbs between holes, although seven counties can be seen from the highest point on the course.
What is more, it is not even distilled in Tullamore any more, though it was once and will be again when a new distillery being built in the town returns Tullamore Dew to its spiritual home.
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South of the border Kelcourt Plastics, which supplies components to the medical devices industry, is to create 55 jobs over five years at a new tubing plant in Tullamore, Co Offaly.
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And I can bet right now that the principal of Tullamore College is just wishing he hadn't.