Confederate Ireland

or Spain. Cessation with the royalists In September 1643, the Confederates negotiated a "cessation of arms" (or ceasefire), with James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormonde, the senior general of the royalist army in Ireland. It was signed at Jigginstown, near Naas. This meant that hostilities ceased between the Confederates and Ormonde's royalist army based in Dublin. However, the English garrison in Cork (Cork (city)) (which was commanded by Murrough O'Brien, 1st Earl

Confederates , was signed at Jigginstown House in Naas (Sept 15). The ceasefire broke down in May 1646 and Confederate forces marched through Kildare to besiege Dublin. The Royalists then handed the capital over to Parliamentarian troops in 1647 and the Confederate armies tried to eliminate this hostile force. Owen Roe O'Neill took Woodstock Castle in Athy briefly in 1647. Thomas Preston (Thomas Preston, 1st Viscount Tara) also took Maynooth castle in that year and hanged its


Republic of Ireland

sapmap2011 Results.aspx?Geog_Type ST&Geog_Code 35009 title Settlement Drogheda Legal Town And Its Environs publisher Central Statistics Office (Central Statistics Office (Ireland)) year 2011 accessdate 23 April 2014 16 align left '''Naas''' 20,713 - style "background:#f0f0f0" 7 align left '''Dundalk''' 37,816

of Ireland Ireland , connecting Limerick (Limerick, Ireland) and Dublin. The majority of the route (between Naas and Limerick) is motorway standard and is designated as the '''M7 motorway (M7 motorway (Ireland))'''. At the Rosbrien interchange in Limerick the route continues as the N18 dual carriage motorway to Shannon and Ennis. The road passes through the midlands of Ireland, and acts as a trunk route out of Dublin for the N8 (N8 road (Ireland)) M8 (M8 motorway (Ireland)) and N9 road

(Ireland) N9 M9 roads to Cork (Cork (city)) and Waterford respectively. It forms part of European route (International E-road network) E20 (European route E20). The '''M7 motorway''' ( ) is a motorway in Ireland (Republic of Ireland). The motorway runs continuously from the outskirts of Naas in County Kildare to Rossbrien on the outskirts of Limerick City. Ordnance Survey Map of Ireland, 2010, Motoring Schemata Section ref>


Omaha, Nebraska

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Beirut

militants of the NLP and trained in-country at clandestine facilities; first set up by the NLP in 1966 these training centres were located at Naas in the Metn, Es-Saadiyat in the Iqlim al-Kharrub coastal enclave south of Beirut and in Adma at the northern mountainous Keserwan District. '''Cyrillus''', Greek (Greek language) jurist of the 5th century, was a professor in the ancient law college of Beirut Berytus


Slovenia

municipalities (municipality) (''občine'', singular ''občina''), of which 11 have urban status. * '''Slovakia''' - Eduard Kukan (1998-2006) * '''Slovenia''' - Dimitrij Rupel (2000-2004) * '''Spain''' - Ana de Palacio y del Valle-Lersundi (2002-2004) *In Ireland the car was produced in two plants, the first established in 1962 in Naas, and the other established in Wexford in 1972, the production running until 1984. *In Slovenia, former


Syria

afterwards, this was followed by the seizure on the part of the Phalangists of nearly all their positions in and outside East Beirut, including the vital Naas and Adma training camps. The remaining 3,000 or so militiamen founded themselves being consolidated by the end of October of that year into the Damouri Brigade within the Lebanese Forces. In addition to PLO backing, the Free Tigers also received some support from Syria in 1981, though Hannache seems to have taken


South Africa

making him the no 1 ranked surfer in the world. South Africa produced Formula One motor racing's 1979 world champion Jody Scheckter. Famous current cricket players include Herschelle Gibbs, Graeme Smith, Jacques Kallis, JP Duminy, etc. Most of them also participate in the Indian Premier League. South Africa has also produced numerous world class rugby players, including Francois Pienaar, Joost van der Westhuizen, Danie Craven, Frik du Preez, Naas

; Victor Matfield, Bryan Habana, Percy Montgomery are great actual champions as Naas Botha, Danie Craven, Frik du Preez are great past champions... Nine former springboks players have been inducted into the International Rugby Hall of Fame. They win the World Cup... Please help improve it to featured article standard. There is a French :fr:Équipe d'Afrique du Sud de rugby à XV featured article to help. During the Boer War in South Africa, Canadian mounted troops


Boston

-based United Drug Company. The chain operated under the Ligget, Owl, Sonta, and Rexall brands. Soon, Dart rebranded the stores under the Rexall name. In 1837 Sister Mary Francis Xavier was appointed superior of the convent at Carlow, which had been built under her supervision and was the first house of the congregation outside of Dublin. In 1839 she founded the convent of Naas and in 1840 that of Wexford, to which soon after its establishment the public orphan asylum


Australia

: www.dubaisportscity.ae NewsDetails.asp?id 160&txt ring title Dubai Sports City publisher Dubaisportscity.ae date 2008-08-19 accessdate 2009-10-22 system of floodlights which is latest and smartest system of floodlight in the world. In 1837 Sister Mary Francis Xavier was appointed superior of the convent at Carlow, which had been built under her supervision and was the first house of the congregation outside of Dublin. In 1839 she founded the convent of Naas and in 1840


France

, including Francois Pienaar, Joost van der Westhuizen, Danie Craven, Frik du Preez, Naas Botha and Bryan Habana. South Africa hosted and won the 1995 Rugby World Cup and won the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France. It followed the 1995 Rugby World Cup by hosting the 1996 African Cup of Nations, with the national team (South Africa national football team) going on to win the tournament. It also hosted the 2003 Cricket World Cup, the ICC World Twenty20 2007 World


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