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  Monaghan County Council - County Monaghan's Local Authority
Monaghan County Council and the County Monaghan Heritage Forum are holding a two day conference entitled INSCRIBED HISTORIES
Closing date for application to the postal voters’ list is 2 days after the dissolution of the Dáil at a general election.
If you qualify as an electoral and your name is not on the 2007/2008 Register of Electors please download this RFA2 Form, print, fill out and return to Corporate Affairs Section, Monaghan County Council, The Glen, Monaghan.
www.monaghan.ie   (316 words)

  
  Monaghan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Monaghan (Muineachán in Irish) is a town in the Republic of Ireland, the administrative capital of County Monaghan.
The oldest remaining architectural feature in Monaghan town dates from the 17th century and is the Old Cross, Monaghan located in Old Cross Square, moved from the the Diamond in 1876 to allow the construction of the Rossmore Memorial, Monaghan.
The territory of Monaghan had earlier been wrested from the control of the MacMahon sept in 1591, when the leader of the MacMahons was hung by authority of the Dublin government; this was one of the events that led to the Nine Years War (Ireland) (1595-1603) and the Tudor re-conquest of Ireland.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Monaghan   (592 words)

  
 Tom Monaghan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Monaghan enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1956 and received an honorable discharge in 1959.
Monaghan is a fan of Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture, and the Domino's headquarters in Ann Arbor Township, Michigan strongly resembles Wright's Prairie School architecture adapted to a larger scale.
Monaghan is a conservative Republican Catholic with a particular interest in advocating for the right to life and for the overturning of Roe v.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tom_Monaghan   (1893 words)

  
 LOST-TV // the unofficial fansite for the abc series 'lost' [http://www.lost-tv.com/]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Actor Dominic Monaghan played cheeky rabble-rousers in British theater and television long before he was cast as a comical hobbit in New Line Cinema's epic The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
In the next few years, Monaghan made his feature-film debut as a Russian sailor in Hostile Waters with Rutger Hauer and taped the docudrama This Is Personal: The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper, in which he portrays the boyfriend of a girl attacked by the Ripper.
Monaghan was performing in a play in London when casting directors scouted him for The Lord of the Rings.
www.lost-tv.com /cast/monaghan.html   (658 words)

  
 Culture/ Heritage Working Group
Monaghan’s literary tradition must be considered, however, to be in its peak at the moment, with established writers of international status such as Eugene Mc Cabe, John McArdle and Pat Mc Cabe, and young emerging talents in Damien Owens and Declan O Gorman.
Monaghan County Museum is one of only nine county museums in Ireland, and has proven itself to be one of the best in Europe over the years.
Monaghan has the longest stretch of Border of all the counties touching the divide, and is surrounded on three sides by erstwhile neighbours with whom they now find it difficult to carry out ordinary business.
www.monaghancdb.ie /culturepp.htm   (3186 words)

  
 NBC13.com - Entertainment - Big 'Bang Bang' Theory: Star Michelle Monaghan Is Born   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
It's coincidental, of course, that Monaghan, 29, is an Iowa native.
And while Monaghan is thankful to be in any film, as any working actor would, she feels especially fortunate that the launching pad as a lead comes in a film like "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang," that allows her to play it all -- from subtle to manic.
While Monaghan was guided by Black's inventive script and expert direction, she said what made the film the ultimate actor's experience was the chance to work opposite Downey and Kilmer: two established actors who clearly were never afraid to step back when they needed to and let their co-star shine.
www.nbc13.com /entertainment/5286961/detail.html   (988 words)

  
 Honolulu Star-Bulletin Features
Monaghan won the role of the hobbit Meriadoc "Merry" Brandybuck in "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy.
Monaghan was appearing in a play that required a shaved head, which had drawn the unwanted attention of modern-day orcs on the subway.
Monaghan's world now is Mokuleia Beach, the principal set of "Lost," and his adopted Kailua neighborhood, an hour's drive away.
starbulletin.com /2004/08/24/features/story1.html   (1342 words)

  
 Dominic Monaghan as Merry Meriadoc Brandybuck: Lord of the Rings Pictures, Biography, Pics, Interview, Photos, Gallery
Dominic Monaghan, who was introduced to international film audiences in The Fellowship of the Ring, is best known for the British television drama "Hetty Wainthrop Investigates." His other television credits include "This is Personal -The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper," and a leading role in "Monsignoir Renard," a new series starring John Thaw.
Monaghan's film debut was in Boomber with Rutger Hauer and Martin Shaw.
He and the rest of the cast of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring were nominated for the Screen Actor's Guild ensemble award.
www.lordoftherings.net /film/cast/ca_dmona.html   (162 words)

  
 USS Monaghan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Damaged, the submarine fired a torpedo at Monaghan that porpoised twice, passed close to starboard, and narrowly missed Dale in the distance.
Quickly bearing down on the submarine, Monaghan rammed the midget a glancing blow amidships that forced her underwater and spun her against Monaghan's hull.
Due to Monaghan's speed she slammed into a dredge derrick moored at Beckoning Point, deeply burying her bow into a mud bank.
www.ibiblio.org /phha/Monaghan.html   (210 words)

  
 WorkingForChange-Mr. Monaghan builds his dream town
They may not become as ubiquitous as the Domino's Pizza outlets that dot the US landscape, but Tom Monaghan, the man behind that pizza empire, is hoping that the town he is building for orthodox Catholics in Florida will some day replicate itself across the country.
Monaghan boasted that students enrolled at his new university, located in southwest Florida, would be high quality students with higher median SAT scores than those attending other Catholic institution.
If Monaghan's enterprise is to be a success, it will in part be due to friends in high places.
www.workingforchange.com /article.cfm?itemid=19522   (1871 words)

  
 Self Catering in County Monaghan
Monaghan formed part of the ancient territory of Oriel, and was known as the MacMahon country because of the dominance of that powerful clan.
Monaghan is in the traditional province of Ulster in northeastern Ireland bordered on the northwest, north, and northeast by Northern Ireland and on the southeast, south, and southwest by counties Louth, Meath, and Cavan.
It is the perfect destination for the serious angler, casual golfer, walker or cyclist who prefers the peace and quiet of winding country lanes.
www.irelandselfcatering.biz /Monaghan/index.asp   (171 words)

  
 Monaghan Hospital
Monaghan servcesa population of 55,000 and growing and has about 12,000 attendees at A and E, even though all surgical cases are taken elsewhere.
We have presented him with a set of proposals for Monaghan and Cavan and, for the first time from anyone, he acknowledged that these proposals should be examined and talked through to see if there was a solution to the demands of the people of Monaghan.
We would claim that strategicly the ideal place is Monaghan, as from a geographical point of view and with increasing cross-border activity in health care provision, the centre of the compass to capture the majority population will fall in Monaghan.
www.saveourhospital.com /news.php?limit=2000   (16502 words)

  
 The Clan Monaghan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Monaghan is the name of a Connacht family who derive their descent from the famous warrior O'Manachain, mentioned by the Four Masters at the year 866, and were chiefs of Ui Briuin na Sionna in the barony of Ballintober, Co. Roscommon, until the year 1249 when they were ousted by the O'Beirnes.
Monaghan is the English version of the Irish O Manachain, from a diminutive of 'manach' meaning 'monk', and some of the family adopted the semi-translation 'Monks'.
The Irish-American poet James Monaghan was born in Co. Westmeath (1862).
www.irishclans.com /cgi-bin/iclans.cgi/clandisplay/site/goti/iclans?alias=e934964873   (714 words)

  
 Irish Ancestors /Co. Monaghan
Along with Armagh and Louth, Monaghan was originally part of the Gaelic kingdom of Oriel which dates from around 330 AD.
The McMahons were the dominant family in the Monaghan area and, together with the McKennas, remained so until the mid-seventeenth century.
Like Armagh and Louth, Monaghan was one of the most densely populated areas of Ireland in 1841.
scripts.ireland.com /ancestor/browse/counties/ulster/index_mo.htm   (177 words)

  
 Monaghan
Lozovaya, N.A., Grebenyuk, S.E., Tsintsadze, T.S., Feng, B., Monaghan, D.T., and Krishtal, O.A. Extrasynaptic NR2B and NR2D subunits of NMDA receptors shape ‘superslow’ afterburst EPSC in rat hippocampus.
Shimoyama, N., Shimoyama, M., Davis, A.M., Monaghan, D.T., and Inturrisi, C.E. An antisense oligonucleotide to the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) subunit, NMDAR1, attenuates NMDA-induced nociception, hyperalgesia and morphine tolerance.
Monaghan DT, Boyle J, Bean L, Gautam V, and Jane, DE Structure and function of NMDA Receptor Channels.
www.unmc.edu /UNCOM/labinfo/Monaghan.htm   (734 words)

  
 Dominic Monaghan News
Dominic Monaghan, star of the hit ABC series Lost, knows that you don't have to be marooned on a tropical island to encounter wildlife.
Evangeline Lilly and her fianc Dominic Monaghan, were spotted in Hawaii yesterday, where the Channel 4 hit drama is filmed They were spending their afternoon...
Submitted by: Cougar Dominic Monaghan, is one of the first stars of the hit ABC show to begin openly complaining about the amount of air-time he and other stars are not getting on "LOST." Monaghan, who plays...
www.topix.net /who/dominic-monaghan   (572 words)

  
 County Monaghan - Ireland Accommodation: Ireland-Ac.com
County Monaghan is one of the Republic of Ireland's 12 inland counties with a population of 51,000.
County Monaghan shares borders with counties Cavan and Louth and has a large border length with Northern Ireland.
County Monaghan is characterised by many small hills and lakes making it a very interesting county to travel around for its beautiful scenery.
www.ireland-ac.com /monaghan/monaghan.htm   (193 words)

  
 North Monaghan Township   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
North Monaghan is the smallest township in the County of Peterborough.
Due to North Monaghan's close proximity with the town of Peterborough and Cavan township, there was never a need to re-build the resources which were lost to Peterborugh in 1850.
Associated material on North Monaghan Township may be found at the County of Peterborough Clerk-Administrator's Office, and at the Peterborough Centennial Museum.
www.trentu.ca /admin/library/archives/74-1000.htm   (280 words)

  
 Fine Gael | Breaking News | don't trust martin: 2year monaghan delay-crawford
Fine Gael Cavan/Monaghan TD Seymour Crawford has today (Wednesday) warned that Health Minister Micheál Martin’s failure to upgrade Monaghan General Hospital, a key promise in the 2002 general election, proves his latest pronouncements on the health service cannot be trusted.
But it reminds me of the Minister’s visit to Monaghan General Hospital in January 2002 when he assured us that the hospital would be improved and upgraded, and that there was no question of its closure.
But just after the general election, in the first week of July 2004, Monaghan General Hospital was taken 'off call’.
www.finegael.ie /fine-gael-news.cfm/year/2005/month/10/action/detail/newsid/23694/level/page/aid/186   (336 words)

  
 AAI | Architecture
Monaghan town has many unique features which at first glance may seem incidental - the rounded corners which are scattered throughout the town and the use of stone from local quarries as a building material.
Each of these features will be looked at individually, however as an introduction to the vernacular architecture of Monaghan town let us first look at a selection of a photographs which show some of these features.
In 1979 Monaghan County Museum was involved in a photographic survey of the county entitled 'The Light Of Other Days'.
www.askaboutireland.ie /show_narrative_page.do?page_id=321   (277 words)

  
 Dominic Monaghan on Lost from WCHS-TV8
Dominic Monaghan is best known for his portrayal of the Hobbit, Meriadoc "Merry" Brandybuck, in the "Lord of the Rings" Trilogy.
Next up for Monaghan is Chris Atkins' "The Purifiers," a film about martial arts clubs who have created their own city infrastructure after tiring of government initiatives; and "Spivs," a heist film opposite Nick Moran of "Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" fame.
Monaghan was born in Berlin and grew up in Manchester, England.
www.wchstv.com /abc/lost/dominicmonaghan.shtml   (186 words)

  
 Global Irish : regional/monaghan
Ballybay Development Association Ltd., (BDA), the promoter of this project was established in 1993 in response to the closure of Ballybay Meats and the consequent economic devastation to the town and its environs.
Conference Monaghan is an initiative of Monaghan Tourism and provides a one stop shop for conference organisers, delegates and their partners.
Monaghan Tourism web site is a one-stop-shop for information for visitors to and residents of Co. Monaghan, Ireland.
www.globalirish.com /regional/monaghan   (288 words)

  
 GENUKI: County Monaghan
"Monaghan, a county of Ireland, province of Ulster, bounded N by Tyrone, E by Armagh, and SE by East Meath and Louth, 30 m.
County Monaghan mailing list - "subscribe" in message subject and body
County Monaghan Towns - a few brief accounts
www.genuki.org.uk /big/irl/MOG/index.html   (202 words)

  
 + DOMINIC MONAGHAN ONLINE
Monaghan insists that when the deals were on for 'Lost', he had let his agent fight battles over money matters on his behalf.
Dominic Monaghan (Lord of the Rings), is one of the first stars of the hit ABC show to begin openly complaining about the amount of air-time he and other stars are not getting on “LOST.”
Monaghan, who plays former rock star and heroin addict Charlie Pace, was quite prominent in the first two seasons of the show, but is now starting to feel like a step-child within the large ensemble cast for season three.
www.fan-sites.org /dominic   (1115 words)

  
 Monaghan Details, Meaning Monaghan Article and Explanation Guide
Monaghan means "land of the little hills", a reference to the numerous drumlins in the area.
Monaghan is a centre for the timber-frame house building industry and has a large furniture manufacturing industry.
Charles Gavin Duffy, the first premier of New South Wales in Australia, was a former resident of Monaghan.
www.e-paranoids.com /m/mo/monaghan.html   (251 words)

  
 Peggy Monaghan
In an elegant and unpretentious presentation of soothing music for the family hearth, Peggy uses acoustic guitar, piano, recorder, harp, or simply her inventive vocal arrangements to weave enchantment and peace into a varied tapestry of sound.
Following in this fine tradition of devotional poetry is Patricia Monaghan's Seasons of the Witch: Poetry and Songs to the Goddess, and Llewellyn is proud to announce the release of a revised and expanded edition of this award-winning work.
Patricia Monaghan is one of the early leaders of the contemporary goddess movement.
www.arcticsiren.com /pages/Peggy_Monaghan.html   (737 words)

  
 Tom Monaghan's Big Box Church
Bigger news, however, awaited the crowd: Monaghan fervently launched into a description of a new Catholic-centered town that he is constructing alongside his university in Florida.
The project grew from plans Monaghan began developing in 2002, and his Ave Maria Foundation hired the Naples, Florida-based land developer, Barron Collier Companies -- which donated the land for the project -- to carry out the construction.
Over the past 20-plus years, Monaghan has supported anti-abortion groups, school choice initiatives and the Foundation has provided funding to a number of Catholic charities, especially those emphasizing Catholic education.
www.mediatransparency.org /story.php?storyID=76   (3620 words)

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