Ormonde

(from the article `Ireland`) ...was reasserted and strengthened by the creation of three new Anglo-Irish earldoms: Kildare, given to the head of the Leinster Fitzgeralds; ...
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Ormonde

[Cazenovia, New York] Ormonde (1885–88) is a Shingle Style country house built on the eastern shore of Cazenovia Lake in Cazenovia, New York. It was designed by architect Frank Furness for George R. Preston, a New Orleans banker who settled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The 9-bedroom `summer cottage` was originally the centerpiece of a 3...
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Ormonde

[horse] Ormonde (1883–1904) was an English Thoroughbred racehorse, an unbeaten Triple Crown winner, generally considered{weasel-inline|date=June 2014} to be one of the greatest racehorses ever. He also won the Champion Stakes and the Hardwicke Stakes twice. At the time he was often labelled as the `horse of the century`. Ormonde was train...
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