Ennis

[Irish Parliament constituency] == Buzzing sound made with two front teeth == Is there a name for the sound that can be made by some people using the front teeth? It sounds like a buzzer. The tone can be changed aswell. In fact the only place i`ve publicly heard it is in Dane Cook`s Retaliation as `the sound of growing up`. For a sound clip...
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Ennis

[Parliament of Ireland constituency] Ennis was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons until 1800. ==History== In the Patriot Parliament of 1689 summoned by King James II, Ennis was represented with two members. ==Members of Parliament, 1613–1801== ===1689–1801=== == ==Bibliography== ...
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Ennis

county town (seat) of County Clare, Ireland, on the River Fergus. Incorporated in 1612, it is now controlled by an urban district council. A ...
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Ennis

County town of County Clare, Republic of Ireland, on the River Fergus, 32 km/20 mi northwest of Limerick; population (2002) 22,050. There are distilleries, flour mills, and furniture manufacturing. In the town are a Roman Catholic cathedral and college, and a Franciscan friary, Ennis Friary, founded about 1241. Shannon international airport...
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Ennis

Ennis, city (1990 pop. 13,883), Ellis co., N Tex.; inc. 1872. It is a trading, financial, rail, and processing center in a fertile blackland area that produces cattle, cotton, and grain. Ennis also has light manufacturing. The city, which was settled by Czechs, sponsors a national polka festival eac...
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