Imaginary Women

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From these forms come the surnames Annett, Annett, Annetts and Annott. 32P. They killed three men at 170 North Kings Street whose dead bodies were found to have bayonet wounds, then broke into number 172 and killed two men. The ultimatum ran out and pro-Treaty troops opened fire on the Courts with artillery borrowed from the British on June 28, 1922. The Mutiny (some historians prefer the word “incident”) occurred on March 20th 1914 when some 60 British Army officers based in the Curragh said they would resign their commissions if ordered to Ulster to suppress unionist opposition to home rule in the shape of the Ulster Volunteer Force, an armed militia.

Pages: 320

Publisher: Carcanet Pr; 1st Uk Edition edition (May 1987)

ISBN: 0856357014

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Many of the artists represented in the collection are trail-blazers of yBa, having participated in exhibitions such as Freeze, The British Art Show, Sensation and the Turner Prize, which are regarded as defining moments in the rise of the phenomenon. His collection, something of a rarity in Irish art circles, was built up primarily on the basis of what appealed to him personally and what he could live with in a domestic environment The Persian Bride. His intense spiritual outlook, as reflected in his poetry, amounted to a Christ-like desire for martyrdom which would ensure his immortality and the redemption of his people The Courier. About 20 privately owned Train Operating Companies operate passenger trains, which carried 1.68 billion passengers in 2015. [297] [298] There are also some 1,000 freight trains in daily operation.[ when? ] [127] The British Government is to spend £30 billion on a new high-speed railway line, HS2, to be operational by 2026. [299] Crossrail, under construction in London, is Europe's largest construction project with a £15 billion projected cost. [300] [301] In the year from October 2009 to September 2010 UK airports handled a total of 211.4 million passengers. [302] In that period the three largest airports were London Heathrow Airport (65.6 million passengers), Gatwick Airport (31.5 million passengers) and London Stansted Airport (18.9 million passengers). [302] London Heathrow Airport, located 15 miles (24 km) west of the capital, has the most international passenger traffic of any airport in the world [293] [294] and is the hub for the UK flag carrier British Airways, as well as Virgin Atlantic. [303] In 2006, the UK was the world's ninth-largest consumer of energy and the 15th-largest producer. [304] The UK is home to a number of large energy companies, including two of the six oil and gas " supermajors "— BP and Royal Dutch Shell —and BG Group. [305] [306] In 2011, 40% of the UK's electricity was produced by gas, 30% by coal, 19% by nuclear power and 4.2% by wind, hydro, biofuels and wastes. [307] In 2013, the UK produced 914 thousand barrels per day (bbl/d) of oil and consumed 1,507 thousand bbl/d. [308] [309] Production is now in decline and the UK has been a net importer of oil since 2005. [310] In 2010 [update] the UK had around 3.1 billion barrels of proven crude oil reserves, the largest of any EU member state. [310] In 2009, 66.5% of the UK's oil supply was imported. [311] In 2009, the UK was the 13th-largest producer of natural gas in the world and the largest producer in the EU. [312] Production is now in decline and the UK has been a net importer of natural gas since 2004. [312] In 2009, half of British gas was supplied from imports as domestic reserves are depleted. [307] Coal production played a key role in the UK economy in the 19th and 20th centuries Alphabet Weekends: Love on the Road from A to Z.

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If people cannot find a shamrock to wear they carry representations of that plant. According to legend the shamrock, with its three leaves on the single stalk, was used by St. Patrick to explain the mystery of the Christian Trinity to the pagan Irish Sleeping Arrangements. Her poetry has appeared in a number of Irish, UK, and North American periodicals, has been translated into several European languages Summer's End. Additionally, the farmers began to focus on specialization causing the production of other staples, especially milk, to decline. When the famine hit, people no longer possessed the agricultural skills to save themselves or their families.(15) English colonization of Ireland forced the Irish to pay exorbitant rents and taxes, to export their crops, and to increase their dependence on the potato crop.(16) During the end of the eighteenth century and into the nineteenth century, Ireland experienced rapid population growth, which strained the economy, and left many peasants in subsistence living conditions.(17) With the end of the Napoleonic Wars in 1815, the British soldiers returned home, which increased unemployment Hunter/Victim.

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