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  AllRefer.com - Waterford, county, Republic of Ireland (British And Irish Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
The county seat is the port town of Waterford.
The coastline, on the south, is indented by Dungarvan Harbour and Waterford Harbour and by Youghal Bay and Tramore Bay.
Waterford was rebellious under English domination, notably in the latter part of the 16th cent., when it suffered severely during the revolt of the Desmonds.
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 Europe Guide - Ireland Travel - Map of Ireland, hotels, golf and vacation guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
County Wicklow, the Garden of Ireland is home to Powerscourt, one of Ireland’s finest estates, with its Palladian-style main house and its waterfall.
Waterford city is the home of Waterford Crystal, which is the largest crystal factory in the world.
The county is quiet and has a rural charm, offering good sport to the angler and golfer and some of the finest hunting country in Ireland.
www.europeetravel.com /ireland   (1166 words)

Irish poet, born at Derry in 1805; died at Cork, 6 August, 1850.
When little more than a boy he showed great intellectual gifts, and in 1830 was private tutor in County Cork.
He was for a time teacher of a school at Millstreet, whence, in 1837, he removed to Tourin, County Waterford, having been appointed to a school under the Commissioners of Education.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/15540b.htm   (326 words)

 Ireland Information Guide , Irish, Counties, Facts, Statistics, Tourism, Culture, How   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Dungarvan (Irish: Dún Garbháin) is a town and harbour on the south coast of Ireland in the province of Munster.
Dungarvan is the administrative centre of County Waterford.
Dungarvan was once connected to the rail network, on a route from Mallow, County Cork to Waterford.
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 Cyndi's List - Ireland & Northern Ireland
Each county now has a local heritage centre and many of these centres also offer a search service for a small fee.
For anyone with a genealogical interest in the history of the Fenian Brotherhood and the Irish revolutionary movement that was formed in 1857 and continued on until the 1870s.
For anyone with an interest in all 32 counties of Ireland and all of its' people; to chat about their/your homeland and the history, culture and lifestyle of our ancestors and their descendants.
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 particle accelerator --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Such particles are often associated with high-energy EM radiation; both kinds of radiation may be produced by an event such as the fusion or fission of nuclear materials.
Born in County Waterford, Ireland, Walton, with Sir John D. Cockcroft, received the 1951 Nobel prize in physics for the development of the first nuclear-particle accelerator.
Walton was Lord Rutherford's research assistant from 1927 to 1934, during which time he attempted two methods of particle acceleration that were later developed and used...
www.britannica.com /eb/article?tocId=9108531&query=synchrotron   (866 words)

 Research at Tipperary Institute   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Lynch, Ciaran, 2003, The Role of Tourism in Suatainable Rural Development, Waterford Institute of Technology, Waterford
Corcoran, C., 2001, Position Paper on Family and Community well-being with a focus on Social Inclusion, Report for Waterford County Development Board
Kenny, B. and Sheikh, H., 2001, Business Communications across European Borders, ELISE report under the Leonardo da Vinci Programme commissioned by the EU Lynch, Ciaran, 2001, Implications of the 2000 Planning and Development Act for Planning in Gaeltacht Areas, Coimisiun na Gaeltachta
www.tippinst.ie /research/index.htm   (2064 words)

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