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balbriggan

[bal′brig·ən]
(textiles)
Knitted yarn made of cotton, wool, rayon, or other fiber and which is characteristically lightweight and unbleached.
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The court was told he had also been accused of careless driving and driving without reasonable consideration when stopped by gardai at Rowan's Big, near Balbriggan.
A Garda spokesman said: "The body of a male in his late teens was recovered from the water at Balbriggan Harbour at 1.40pm.
A police statement said: "Gardai are investigating the discovery of the body of what appears to be a newborn baby (sex unknown at this point) on a beach at Balbriggan Co.
He was charged in April 2001 with the murder of his wife Mary at their Balbriggan home.
Appealing for the woman to come forward, spokesperson for child and family agency Tusla Eilidh McNab said: "She will know the gardai in Balbriggan will have named her beautiful baby Belle and we want her to seek medical attention and receive the care, support and attention she needs and deserves."
BirdWatch Ireland said it will "monitor very closely" what happens next in Balbriggan, Co Dublin, after Government permission was granted last week.
The couple from Balbriggan, Co Dublin, brought the action against Budget Travel after a nightmare EUR1,810 trip to Salou two years ago.
A postmortem revealed there were no signs of injuries to the newborn, discovered on an isolated stretch of Bell's Beach in Balbriggan, North Dublin, on Saturday.
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They were taken to Ashbourne and Balbriggan Garda Stations where they were held under the Offences against the State Act.