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Cork is the country's largest county, Capital of the South, but considered by Southerners to be the
Cork is one of the most scenic counties in Ireland, with a wonderful combination of coastline, inlets, mountains and other scenic areas.
The house was originally the seat of Dr. Jemmett Browne, Bishop of Cork.
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 Destination Ireland - County Cork Guide
County Cork is Ireland's largest county and has a wealth to offer the visitor.
Cork has a history that goes back for hundreds of years and there are traces of civilisation that date back to the Stone Age.
Cork City is the second largest city in Ireland with a population of 128,000 and many Corkonians believe Cork should be the real capital of Ireland!
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  County Cork, Ireland
Mayors and Sheriffs of Cork 1610 - 1861.
Members Sent To The Irish Parliament By The Constituencies Of The County Of Cork.
County Cork Physical and Statistical Info Notes by Jane Lyons submitted to the cork mailing list.
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  Cork - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Cork (material), thick outer bark of an evergreen oak of the Mediterranean area, and also the similar but thinner protective layer on the stems and...
Cork (city, Ireland), county borough and seat of the county of Cork, located on the Lee River, at the head of Cork Harbour inlet.
Cork (county, Ireland), largest and southernmost county of Ireland, in Munster Province.
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  County Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
County Cork (Contae Chorcaí in Irish) is the most southwesterly and the largest of the modern counties of Republic of Ireland.
Cork City, the county's capital, is the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland and capital of the province of Munster.
Cork is also known as the "Rebel County" due to its history of involvement in the fight for home rule, both in the original struggles in the late 19th century and then in winning independence in the beginning of the 20th century.
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 Cork County, Ireland, ©Jane Lyons
Cork, a maritime county is in the Province of Munster.
It is the largest county in Ireland, bounded on the north by Limerick, on the east by Tipperary and Waterford, on the south by the Atlantic ocean and on the west by Kerry.
The tributaries of the Lee are the Gullane and Laney; the Martin and its tributary the Blarney River; the Glashaboy; and the Owenacurra.
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 Cork (county) - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Cork (county)
Largest county of the Republic of Ireland, in the province of Munster;; county town Cork; area 7,460 sq km/2,880 sq mi; population (2002 est) 448,200.
Cork is mainly agricultural, but there is some copper and manganese mining, marble quarrying, salmon farming, and river and sea fishing; industries include chemical, and computer hardware and software.
The coastline off County Cork in the west is composed of a number of rocky and mountainous peninsulas and deep bays; Sheep's Head, Mizen Head, and the Beara Peninsula (which forms the boundary with County Kerry) are particularly noted for their dramatic scenery.
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 Mallow, County Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mallow (Mala, Magh Ealla, and other variations in Irish) is the "Crossroads of Munster" and the administrative capital of north County Cork, in Ireland.
A temporary tarmacadam runway of 3,000 ft (910 m) in length was laid to enable the aircraft to leave five weeks later on May 23, 1983.
It was rapidly rebuilt in girder form due to its importance in connecting the Cork, Tralee and Dublin lines.
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 Ireland Travel Guide: County Cork
Cork is the largest county in Ireland, covering roughly 3,000 square miles (7,800 square km), and within its borders there is a great variety of landscape, from the inlets and beaches of its western coast to the wooded valleys of the River Blackwater in the northeast.
Cork has a long and indented coastline and is full of historical sites worth visiting, from ruined castles and abbeys to much earlier signs of human settlement.
Cork is also known as the Rebel County and the people have a reputation for having a strong sense of independence and are known for their stubborn resistance.
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 Cork
County Cork is a mixture of the urban and the remote, of the prosperous present and the privations of the past, of dramatic scenery competing for your attention with colorful towns.
Eastern Cork is the gateway to Waterford and the southeast of Ireland.
And, while the east and central parts of the county are dotted with prosperous villages and towns, one look of the western Cork landscape accurately portrays the harsh reality of the place.
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 No. 1-02-1009, Clayton, v. County of Cook
Cork was unable to breathe on her own, was unresponsive and had ligature marks on her neck.
Cork first was transported by ambulance to St. Francis Hospital (St. Francis) in Evanston, where she was intubated, which required the placement of a tube through her nose and back of her throat into the windpipe, or trachea, for attachment to a mechanical ventilator to assist in breathing.
Cook County delayed the establishment of her airway and, once the decision had been made to place an endotracheal tube, it was done without supervision, in the wrong place, by people who were inexperienced.
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 Cork Accommodation-Cork Ireland Map & Accommodations guide
County Cork is located in the south of Ireland and is the largest county in the country, so it's packed with lots of things for you to see and do.
Cork is home to the country's second largest city, which is often referred to the "Capital of the South".
County Cork is very accessible, as all major roadways in the south lead to Cork city.
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 Worldworx Travel - Features - Ireland - Information - County Cork   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
County Cork is the biggest county in Ireland.
Evidence of famines in Irish history still exist in County Cork and this is one of many areas in Ireland that chooses not to forget the past.
Cork itself is easily reached by land or sea due to its large sea port and international airport, so arriving in Ireland at Cork rather than Dublin is a definite possibility.
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 Walk Donegal - county cork ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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 Search: County of Cork - WebFetch.com
County Cork (Contae Chorcaí in Irish) is the most southwesterly and the...
Mayors and Sheriffs of Cork 1610 - 1861.
FAMINE AND STARVATION IN THE COUNTY OF CORK.
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 County Cork
Cork is in the province of Munster and is the largest county in Ireland.
Cork was one of the worst affected areas in the Great Famine of 1845-47, losing 200,000 persons (one-quarter of the total population) between 1841 and 1851.
All of the extant records for Cork County have been filmed by the National Library and written permission is not required from the priests of any Cork County parish to research these films.
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 Cork County Travel and Tourism Guide, Ireland
Cork City is one of the liveliest cities of Ireland, but contrasting it are the peaceful rural areas of Cork County that remain untouched by the modern world.
Cork City is renowned for its engaging night life, the impeccable gourmet dinners and the first rate hotel accommodations.
The Cork coastline in the southwest is unparalleled in magnificence for its scenery.
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 Analysis of the Socio-Economic & Environmental Situation - County Cork
Taking the whole county, there is a strong manufacturing base in Cork with notable clusters of FDI on the outskirts of the city.
The general conclusion that emerges from this report is that while Cork County reflects many of the trends that are observed in the economy in general, there are a number of weaknesses and disparities within the county.
In summary, the problems are regional in the sense that the benefits of having a large urban area in the county are not reaching many parts of the county meaning that people have an incentive to move away from these areas towards the city.
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 ipedia.com: County Cork Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
County Cork Area : 7,457 km² Capital : Cork Code : C Population : 447,829 Province : Munster County Cork is the most southwesterly and the largest of the modern counties of Ireland.
County Cork (Corcaigh in Irish) is the most southwesterly and the largest of the modern counties of Ireland.
The remote west of the county is a popular destination for tourists, who visit the small villages and islands including Sherkin Island, Clear Island and Dursey Island.
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 Cork Local History
Cork is the largest County in Ireland covering a land area of 1,849,686 acres.
Cork city is the largest urban area in the county with a population of over 160,000.
County Cork is bordered by Kerry, Limerick and Waterford.
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 Combs &c. Families of County Cork, Ireland
1757 Diocese of Cork and Ross, County Cork, Ireland.
1763 Diocese of Cork and Ross, County Cork, Ireland.
Diocese of Cork and Ross, County Cork, Ireland.
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 County Cork Ireland Genealogy GenWeb Project
Cork (county, Republic of Ireland), largest and southernmost county of the Republic of Ireland, in Munster Province.
Cork (city, Republic of Ireland), city in southern Republic of Ireland, county borough and seat of the county of Cork, located on the Lee River, at the head of Cork Harbour inlet.
In 1172 Cork was taken by King Henry II of England, and in 1649, during the English civil war, it fell to Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of England during the Commonwealth.
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 County Cork - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
County Cork is an island county of Ireland.
To prevent the county from floating away towards America or "god forbid" Britain, the entire landmass is anchored via a massive steel cable.
Cork is famous for its university, which is staffed entirely by ex-cons and escaped mental patients (but seriously, I love you guys), the most notable of which is the dean, Gerald T. "T-Rex" Wrixon, who garnered said "T-Rex" nickname by resembling an enormous carnivorous dinosaur.
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 Clonakilty County Cork Ireland
County Cork is located in the Southwest of Ireland.
Cork is known as "The Rebel County" due to its history of involvement in the fight for home rule, both in the original struggles in the late 18th Century and then in winning Irish independence in the beginning of the 20th Century.
Cork Airport is 45 minutes away with many flights from the UK and Europe.
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 County Cork VEC
County Cork Vocational Education Committee is a statutory authority which provides education and training throughout Cork County in accordance with the Vocational Education Acts 1930-2001 and the Education Act 1998.
County Cork VEC is one of the largest schemes in the country, providing an extensive range of educational services from second-level education across 22 schools and colleges to Youthreach, Adult Basic Learning and Outdoor Education.
"County Cork Vocational Education Committee aims to deliver a high quality education service, in a partnership manner, to meet the existing and emerging needs, throughout the county region of Cork".
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 Cork Hotels - Cork Ireland Tourism - Cork Bed and Breakfast (B&B) and Accommodation - CorkTourist.com
Cork is easily accessible from the rest of Ireland and by ferry and plane.
Popular places to stay outside of Cork City but in County Cork are Youghal, Kinsale, Schull, Bandon, Bantry, Skibbereen and Blarney.
Cork is home to Cork Airport, Ireland's third international airport, with services to the UK and Europe.
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 County Cork B&B accommodation. Search your bed and breakfast in Cork
Cork is the largest county in Ireland and the main city Cork is the second city in Ireland with its 123.000 inhabitants.
County Cork is also known as the Rebel County, Michael Collins born here.
The jagged Cork coastline is famous for its magnificent scenery - especially in the southwest.
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 County Cork - Ireland View - Ireland's Travel and Accommodation Guide
Cork City, Corcaigh meaning marsh land is a bustling city delightfully situated on the river Lee.
Part of Cork's success as a community is due to it's beautiful surroundings but the city owes much of its prosperity to the sea and the river with one of the best natural harbours in Europe.
North Cork the inland area of County Cork with mainly lively and bustling towns like Mallow which is located on the banks of the Blackwater river and is one of Ireland's main coarse and game angling centres.
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