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GAA people from County Kildare

                                               

GAA people from County Kilkenny

                                               

GAA people from County Laois

                                               

GAA people from County Longford

                                               

GAA people from County Louth

                                               

GAA people from County Meath

                                               

GAA people from County Offaly

                                               

GAA people from County Westmeath

                                               

GAA people from County Wexford

                                               

GAA people from County Wicklow

                                               

Leinster camogie players

                                               

Leinster Gaelic footballers

                                               

Leinster hurlers

                                               

GAA people from County Clare

                                               

GAA people from County Cork

                                               

GAA people from County Kerry

                                               

GAA people from County Limerick

                                               

GAA people from County Tipperary

                                               

GAA people from County Waterford

                                               

Munster camogie players

                                               

Munster Gaelic footballers

                                               

Munster hurlers

                                               

Sir Ross Mahon, 1st Baronet

Sir Ross Mahon, 1st baronet, of Castlegar, Co. Galway, was an Irish Member of Parliament for Ennis in 1820. Ross Mahon redirects here. For Sir Ross Mahon, 2nd Baronet 1811-1842, of the Mahon Baronets

                                               

George Baker (bishop)

                                               

John Devereux (bishop)

John DEvereux was a 16th-century religious leader in Ireland. to 1555 He was Dean of ferns from 1559 to 1569 last three years in commendam, and Bishop of ferns from 1566 until his death in 1578.

                                               

Richard Dixon (bishop)

                                               

Robert Draper (bishop)

The Rt. Rev. Robert Draper was an Anglican bishop in Ireland. Draper was rector of Trim in County Meath. He was Bishop of Kilmore and ardagh from 1604 to 1612.

                                               

James Dundas (bishop)

James Dundas, D.D. was an Anglican bishop in the early seventeenth century. The Scotsman, described as a Professor of theology, he was appointed Bishop of down and Connor in 1612, and in this see till he was deprived a year later. His successor, ...

                                               

Thomas Hacket

Thomas Hacket, D.D. was an Anglican bishop in the second half of the seventeenth century. An Englishman, he was educated at Trinity College, Dublin. He was vicar of Cheshunt before his appointment as Dean of the tube 31 may 1661. He was appointed ...

                                               

John Todd (bishop)

John Todd, D.D. was an Anglican bishop in the early seventeenth century. A former Jesuit, he was appointed Dean of Cashel in the beginning of 1606. He was appointed Bishop of down and Connor in 1607, and held this see till he was deprived in 1612.

                                               

Thomas Chester (bishop)

Thomas Chester was an Irish Anglican bishop in the penultimate decade of the sixteenth century. The son of William Chester, Lord mayor of London, he was the Bishop of Elfin from 1580 to 1583. His older brother was the first baronet of Chester.

                                               

Dermot OMeara

Dermot O’Meara was Dean of Cashel from 1605 until 1606: a former Roman Catholic, he returned to that faith when Chapter and Crown both nominated alternative candidates to succeed him.

                                               

Roger Skiddy

                                               

Dominic Tirrey

                                               

Joycean

A text is deemed Joycean when it is reminiscent of the writings of James Joyce, particularly Ulysses or Finnegans Wake. Joycean fiction exhibits a high degree of verbal play, usually within the framework of stream of consciousness. Works that are ...

                                               

Football players from Beersheba

                                               

Football players from Haifa

                                               

Football players from Magshimim

                                               

Football players from Tel Aviv

                                               

Michael Daniel

Michael Daniel is an Israeli former professional tennis player. Daniel, who was born in tel Aviv, presented in the main singles draw in three editions in tel Aviv is open. He reached the ranking of world number 231 in the world in the beginning o ...

                                               

Beit Berl Academic College alumni

                                               

College of Management Academic Studies alumni

                                               

HaMidrasha – Faculty of the Arts alumni

                                               

Lander Institute alumni

                                               

Yeshivat Mercaz HaRav alumni

                                               

Israeli-American history

                                               

Paralympic goalball players of Israel

                                               

Israeli football defender stubs

                                               

Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti alumni

                                               

Accademia Musicale Chigiana alumni

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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