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  Town of Munster ~ Home
Munster's distinctive quality of life is no accident - it is the result of a commitment to planning and quality that has been the foundation of the town governance through several decades.
The town has become an ideal choice for businesses and for families - not only for its location, but more importantly because of the proud spirit that has been nurtured here.
Munster has been awarded a 2007 IACTAnnual Award for Community Achievement for Centennial Park.
www.ci.munster.in.us   (112 words)

  
  Irish Ancestors /Munster
Munster is the most southern of the provinces, consisting of counties Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford.
For centuries the Munster Eoghanachta dynasties - later to acquire such surnames as McCarthy, O'Sullivan and O'Connell - fought intermittent wars with the high kings based in Leinster, and with the O'Briens.
Apart from the large towns of Cork, Waterford and Limerick, in the nineteenth century Munster was still a predominantly rural region, with a wide variation in prosperity, from the relatively fertile and wealthy areas of south Tipperary and east Cork, to the bare subsistence levels along the Atlantic coast in south Kerry and west Cork.
www.ireland.com /ancestor/browse/counties/munster/index.htm   (225 words)

  
  RTÉ Sport: Imperious Munster trounce Bourgoin
Munster put together their most complete performance of the season, running in six tries to banish Bourgoin's Heineken Cup hopes with a 41-23 win at Thomond Park.
Munster sandwiched their first try in between Boyet's early penalty brace - the game was nine minutes old when a lineout was palmed down by Paul O'Connell to O'Callaghan and he linked with Alan Quinlan who sent Sheahan scurrying in at the corner.
Munster have so far failed to scale the heights of last season, as evidenced by their current second-from-bottom positioning in the Magners League.
www.rte.ie /sport/2006/1028/munster.html   (768 words)

  
  Munster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Munster (Irish: An Mhumhain, IPA: [ənˈvuːnʲ]) is the southernmost of the four provinces of Ireland.
For 30 days during the Irish Civil War, the province of Munster broke away from the Irish Free State and established the Munster Republic in opposition to the acceptance of the Anglo-Irish Treaty, which was later toppled by pro-Treaty forces.
Munster is also an Irish Rugby Football Union representative side which competes in the Celtic League and for the Heineken Cup, winning in 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Munster   (509 words)

  
 Munster, Indiana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Munster is located at a point of the ancient shores of Lake Michigan which is today Ridge Road.
Downtown Munster, the town hall, police and fire departments, Munster's Centre for the Visual and Performing Arts, the Munster 46321 post office, the Chabad House, and the first and only "Munster General Store" are located on Ridge Road.
Munster is home to the Community Hospital, The Centre for Visual and Performing Arts, The Northwest Indiana Times Newspaper, Pepsi Cola Inc. Lake Co., high class residential real estate, and a high quality of life that bolsters the town's reputation as one of the most desirable communities in southern Chicagoland.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Munster,_Indiana   (929 words)

  
 Munster, IN
The 7.5-square-mile Town of Munster was organized in 1907 with a population of 500.
Munster's suburban status was confirmed in the 1950s by the construction of 1,500 homes, which doubled the town's population to 10,313.
As the century ended, Munster was a mature and prosperous suburban town, home to a well-educated and largely professional population of 21,511.
www.encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org /pages/856.html   (539 words)

  
 Irish Ancestors /Munster
Munster is the most southern of the provinces, consisting of counties Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford.
For centuries the Munster Eoghanachta dynasties - later to acquire such surnames as McCarthy, O'Sullivan and O'Connell - fought intermittent wars with the high kings based in Leinster, and with the O'Briens.
Apart from the large towns of Cork, Waterford and Limerick, in the nineteenth century Munster was still a predominantly rural region, with a wide variation in prosperity, from the relatively fertile and wealthy areas of south Tipperary and east Cork, to the bare subsistence levels along the Atlantic coast in south Kerry and west Cork.
scripts.ireland.com /ancestor/browse/counties/munster   (225 words)

  
 Women in Anabaptist Munster: Sadness and Suffering Part 2
The struggle for power between the Anabaptists in Munster and the Prince-Bishop of Westphalia would continue throughout all of 1534 and 1535, finally ending in early 1536 with the execution of Jan van Leyden and other high ranking members of the Anabaptist ruling class.
Munster was a well-fortified city with substantial resources, including breweries and gardens, inside the city walls, thus enabling the city to withstand the siege for nearly two full years.
In order to fully understand the impact of the Anabaptist kingdom of Munster on women, it is necessary to briefly review the events that occurred during the tumultuous years of 1534 and 1535.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/church_history/42899   (502 words)

  
 The Teddington Cheese description of Munster
Munster originates from the upper Munster valley in the Vosges mountains of Alsace, France.
Farm Munsters are first matured for a week outdoors before being transferred into caves, They then sit on rye straw next to older Munsters from which they acquire the rind flora.
Munster is often eaten with baked potatoes and finely chopped onions.
www.teddingtoncheese.co.uk /acatalog/de299.htm   (554 words)

  
 Munsters : tvland.com
The head of the family, kindhearted Herman Munster (Fred Gwynne), bears a close resemblance to the Frankenstein monster as originally portrayed by Boris Karloff.
The final member of their household is Herman and Lily's niece, Marilyn (played first by Beverly Owen and then by Pat Priest), who is considered the ugly duckling of the family although she is a beautiful, blonde, all-American teenager.
Episodes of The Munsters generally deal with the difficulty of trying to be a solid, upstanding family of decent citizens when everyone in the outside world reacts to you with horror.
www.tvland.com /shows/munsters   (332 words)

  
 BBC SPORT | Rugby Union | European Club | Munster 31-9 Sale
Munster overran Sale in a frenetic and passionate clash at Thomond Park to top group one and book a last-eight spot in the Heineken Cup.
But Munster maintained their momentum and romped further clear when Murphy plucked a deflected O'Gara kick from the air and carved his way 50 yards upfield to score, converted by the stand-off.
Munster: Payne; Kelly, Murphy, Halstead, Dowling; O'Gara, Stringer; Horan, Flannery, Hayes; O'Callaghan, O'Connell; Leamy, Wallace, Foley.
news.bbc.co.uk /sport1/hi/rugby_union/european/4628822.stm   (542 words)

  
 defence
The shameful events which occurred at Munster in Westphalia were the result of years of harsh oppression and terrible suffering received from the hands of Roman Catholic masters.
Munster quickly became a city of refuge and magnet for radicalism.
At Munster in 1534 there were 1,400 in a week and at times nearly whole villages would be baptized in one ceremony." (Anderson, page 50).
members.tripod.com /~ThomasCassidy/defence.html   (9348 words)

  
 Munster, Indiana
Munster, Indiana, in Lake county, is 1 miles S of Hammond, Indiana and 21 miles S of Chicago, Illinois.
The average age of the housing in the town is relatively low.
Money donated by Munster residents to political parties and candidates for the 2004 elections, according to FEC reporting.
www.citytowninfo.com /places/indiana/munster   (434 words)

  
 Fromages.com - The Best of French Cheeses - munster
Munster was born in a monastery situated in a valley of the same name.
Benedictine monks who were prohibited from eating meat, created the cheese in the 12th century.
During its maturing, Munster is turned every two days and washed with warm water from the Vosges.
www.fromages.com /cheese_library_detail.php?id_fromage=199   (141 words)

  
 The Munsters - The Cast
Eddie Wolfgang Munster is a fifth grade Student at Mocking Bird Heights Elementary School.
Count Dracula also known as Grandpa Munster to the Munster family is the father of Lily Munster.
The only Munster that was normal looking, or weird looking to the other Munster family members.
www.classictvhits.com /munsters/cast.html   (653 words)

  
 The 1943 Munster Bombing Raid
The target was a built-up section of Munster, and I thought it was rather inappropriate that this large set of steps to one big building in Munster was picked out as the aiming point.
Well, we had just turned at the initial point to head towards Munster; we were still about, oh, 20 minutes away from the target, and we were heading northeast.
We flew northwest, mostly west, from Munster, and the fighter attacks were just ferocious; the guns were just going all the time.
www.alharris.com /stories/munster.htm   (2405 words)

  
 Munster GAA Web Site
Kerry were crowned Munster junior football champions for the first time since 2002 when they edged out holders Cork by 0-12 to 1-8 at Austin Stack Park Tralee Match Report.
Tipperary are through to a Munster Final clash with Cork thanks to a 3-14 to 1-12 victory against Waterford in Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Sunday in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship semi-final.
The Munster Council of Cumann Camogaiochta na nGael manages and develops camogie throughout the province in association with the various county boards.
munster.gaa.ie /2006_newsarchive.htm   (10922 words)

  
 Munster Cheese-France: French Cheese Guide
About Munster: Munster from Alsace is not the same cheese most Americans are familiar with.
This cheese comes exclusively from an area spreading between the East of the Vosges in Alsace and the West of Lorraine (where the cheese is called Géromé).
Munsters are then transferred into caves next to old Munsters.
www.cheese-france.com /cheese/munster.htm   (229 words)

  
 Book of Munster
The descendants of Oilill son of Nad Fraoich: Eanna son of Oilill, son of Nad Fraoich, had two sons: Amhalgach, king of Munster, and Garbhan, king of Munster, from whom are the Ui Garbhain.
The latter was heir apparent to the Munster throne until slain by his brother i.e., by Edirsgel through envy and hatred.
Mor of Munster, daughter of Aodh Bennain was the mother of those two sons of Finghin's and all good Irishwomen have since, been compared with this woman.
www.clanmacrae.org /documents/munster.htm   (4933 words)

  
 BBC SPORT | Rugby Union | Welsh | Munster 37-10 Ospreys
Munster stalled in the second half but full-back Shaun Payne poached a fourth try and bonus point late in the game.
Munster went further in front before the half-hour when the on-fire Horgan carved open the visitors on a 30-metre jaunt for the supporting Kelly to scoot over in the left corner.
Munster's hunt for a bonus point was finally realised with a 70th-minute intercept try for Payne while Williams grabbed a converted try in injury time.
news.bbc.co.uk /sport1/hi/rugby_union/welsh/4233974.stm   (394 words)

  
 Munster by Hugh Farrelly | Hugh Farrelly, a respected sportswriter, examines the rise and rise of Munster and their ...
Munster rugby is a force to be reckoned with.
Munster: Rugby Giants details the history of Munster rugby, famous wins, most notably over the All Blacks in 1978, and the rise of the current Munster team under their coaches, Declan Kidney and Niall O'Donovan.
A comprehensive and stylish portrayal of the modern phenomenon that is the Munster Rugby team.
www.obrien.ie /book394.cfm   (345 words)

  
 MUNSTER RESULTS
Munster's overall performance has slipped over the last couple of years but following on from their successes at the All Ireland Schools Competition the squad is optimistic leading up to this years premier junior competition.
At Munster's most prestigious event the Munster Open in 2002 Paralympic Bronze medallist Fredrik Andersson from Sweden won the U21 event and reached the final of the Men's Open only to be beaten by his fellow team mate.
Munster has two players in the top eight of the Girls' U12 event with Kimberlee O'Brien and Niamh Buttimer finishing in sixth and eighth position respectively.
homepage.eircom.net /~ojk/tt/munster/result.htm   (4817 words)

  
 Women in Anabaptist Munster: Sadness and Suffering Part 4   (Site not responding. Last check: )
His survival was insured by his education, and by his willingness to betray Jan van Leyden and the city of Munster.
Henry Graes left Munster, supposedly on an apostolic mission, on the second of January 1535.
Most of the women of Munster were allowed to recant their faith and leave the city without their possessions.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/church_history/44814   (358 words)

  
 Table Tennis Ireland / Ulster / Leinster / Munster / Connaught
Munster Fails to Elect Branch The Munster Branch is facing another crisis, "No Munster Branch next season." EGM set for 24th May. More...
It was a good day for Munster Schools on their home ground with a total of 3 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze.
Congratulations, from the Munster Branch: To Brian Fitzgerald, from Cork, on retaining the National Championship title at the weekend.
homepage.eircom.net /~ojk/tti.html   (1383 words)

  
 Munster hotels and accommodation, hotel reservations in North Rhine - Westphalia, by All-Hotels(tm)
The Tryp Kongresshotel Munster is located approximately 20 km away from the airport of Munster / Osnabruck, next to the Fairground...
Due to its location and comfort a perfect choice for traveller to explore Munster and the surrounding the "Munsterland" 11/03 hm.
Our 2 star hotel in the heart of Munster is in the immediate vicinity of the old town centre and the main train station.
all-hotels.com /europe/germany/north_rhine_-_westphalia/munster_e1.htm   (657 words)

  
 Town of Munster ~ Fire Department
Grass fires were frequent, but Munster's first major fire was a home at the corner of Forest and Adelaide.
The current membership is 49 personnel and the Munster Fire Department responds to nearly 400 calls for service annually.
As you can see, the Musnter Fire Department has grown from their humble beginnings to a modern and efficient fire fighting force that is proud to protect the Town of Munster and its surrounding communities.
www.munster.org /Fire   (331 words)

  
 MUNSTER, Munster Tourist Information and Travel Guide at InfoHub.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
MUNSTER owes its existence and its name to a band of Irish monks who founded a monastery here in the seventh century, some 19km west of Colmar up the narrowing valley of the River Fecht, overlooked by Le Petit Ballon (1267m) and Le Hohneck (1362m), among the highest peaks of the Vosges.
Its name today is particularly associated with a rich, creamy and exceedingly smelly cheese, the crowning glory of many an Alsatian meal.
Back in Munster, there is a hostel, Luttenbach/Munster, at 13 rue de la Gare (tel 03.89.77.34.20), and a campsite, Camping municipal du Parc de la Fecht, on the route de Gunsbach (tel 03.88.77.31.08).
www.infohub.com /Destinations/Europe-&-Russia/France/Munster/80641.htm   (386 words)

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