irish

  1. people of Ireland or of Irish extraction
  2. made in Ireland chiefly from barley
  3. the Celtic language of Ireland

Irish

[adj] - of or relating to or characteristic of Ireland or its people 2. [n] - people of Ireland or of Irish extraction 3. [n] - made in Ireland chiefly from barley 4. [n] - the Celtic language of Ireland
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Irish

Generic term used to describe publications produced overnight for the Northern Ireland Assembly. These jobs are produced from PDF files received from TSO in Northern Ireland via ISDN and are usually produced digitally via the OCE web line.
Found on http://www.tso.co.uk/solutions/publishingsolutions/printproduction/printglo

Irish

People of Irish culture from Ireland or those of Irish descent. The Irish mainly speak English, though there are approximately 30,000-100,000 speakers of Irish Gaelic, a Celtic language belonging...
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Irish

I·rish' noun sing. & plural 1. plural The natives or inhabitants of Ireland, esp. the Celtic natives or their descendants. 2. The language of the Irish; the Hiberno- Celtic. 3. An old game resembling backgammon.
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Irish

adjective of or relating to or characteristic of Ireland or its people
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Irish

(from the article `Montserrat`) ...by the time Christopher Columbus sighted it in November 1493, during his second voyage to the Americas. Columbus named the island for the abbey of ... ...from voting. Colonial leaders thus began using the physical differences among the population to structure an inegalitarian society. In the island ......
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Irish

[name] Irish is a given and surname. Notable people bearing the name include: ...
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Irish

Irish is English slang for stupid, paradoxical, ridiculous.
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Irish

Irish is a term used to denote something or someone from Ireland.
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Irish

The Irish are people of Irish culture from Ireland or person of Irish descent. The Irish mainly speak English, though there are approximately 30, 000-100,000 speakers of Irish Gaelic, a Celtic language belonging to the Indo-European family. Celtic tribes, the ancestors of the Irish, migrated to Ireland about 300 BC. Later known as Gaels (Irishmen),...
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Irish

People of Irish culture from Ireland or those of Irish descent. The Irish mainly speak English, though there are approximately 30,000–100,000 speakers of Irish Gaelic (see Gaelic language), a Celtic language belonging to the Indo-European family. Celtic tribes, the ancestors of the Irish, migrated to Ireland about 300 BC. Later known as Ga...
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Irish

[Junior Cert] ==Syllabus== The Irish syllabus at the Junior Cycle level is aimed at developing the student`s aural, speech and written skills in Irish. The examination tests the students on aural, written, and literature skills. There is an optional oral at Junior Cert Level. Choosing this option aids with pronunciation and speaking Irish f...
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Irish

and Scots descent, and Elizabeth Bradford, of Scots-Irish descent, whose mother was a Quaker from Pennsylvania. His father inherited a bondsman who reached the term of his indenture. He then began to buy slaves, finally holding thirteen. Later he recognized more of its problems and invested in lands in free states, but held on to his slaves throug...
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