Whiterock


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Whiterock

[′wīt‚räk]
(geology)
A North American stage of lowermost Middle Ordovician geologic time, above lower Ordovician and below Marmor.
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He has been left with potentially life-changing injuries after the "brutal and callous" assault in the Whiterock Drive area of the city.
The victim, aged in his 20s, was targeted in the Whiterock Drive area of West Belfast shortly after 7pm.
WhiteRock Pigments is breathing new life into the community of Hawesville, said Gov.
WhiteRock is a three way joint venture which manages the GBP 50m Northern Ireland Growth Loan Fund which supports SMEs in that region.
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Around midnight the car collided with a police vehicle before making off onto Whiterock Road where it collided with a second police vehicle.
Ballymac Eske is now best at 5-6 with Coral, while other heat winners Droopys Dave and Whiterock dispute second favouritism.
We also conducted the first significant exploration of Whiterock Cave, which had originally been discovered in 2003 by two British explorers--Matt Kirby and Richard Chambers--who had spent most of their stay in the jungle close to the limestone escarpment hunting for a cave known as Blackrock.
Two years ago, the flashpoint Whiterock march in west Belfast triggered ferocious rioting across the city.
The first took place in Whiterock Street, Anfield, when a 67-year-old man was knocked to the ground and kicked and punched by a group of four men who then stole his Skoda car.
RoomGuard is a new concept in audio and video countersurveillance developed through a partnership of Audiotel International of Corby, United Kingdom, and Whiterock of High Wycombe, United Kingdom.
The Whiterock Road man painted over the graffiti when it appeared on the main road earlier this week but it re-appeared at another location later.