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Derrinagree

Derrinagree, also spelled Dernagree and Derinagree, is a small village in north west of Co. Cork, Ireland. It is in civil parish of Dromtarrife in the barony of Duhallow.

                                               

AFX

AFX may stand for: AFX Windows Rootkit 2003, a user-mode Windows rootkit that hides files, processes and registry Afrix AFX, a future currency planned in Central Africa. Aphex Twin born 1971, electronic musician Animation Framework eXtension, a m ...

                                               

Sincerely, Jan Howard

Sincerely, Jan Howard is the thirteenth studio album by American country music artist Jan Howard. The album was released in 1975 on GRT Records and was produced by Larry Butler. It was Howards first studio album to be issued outside of a major re ...

                                               

Lush Life

Lush Life TV series, a 1996 American sitcom Lush Life, a 1993 TV movie starring Jeff Goldblum "Lush Life", an episode of the sitcom The King of Queens

                                               

Shelf Life

Shelf Life, Shelf life, or Shelflife may refer to: Shelf life, the length of time that perishable items are considered suitable for storage, sale, use, or consumption

                                               

Bah humbug (disambiguation)

"Bah humbug" is a catchphrase of Ebenezer Scrooge, a character in Charles Dickenss A Christmas Carol, declaring Christmas to be a fraud. Bah humbug may also refer to:

                                               

Octane (disambiguation)

Octane Sirius XM, a Sirius XM Radio hard rock channel Octane film, a 2003 film by Marcus Adams Octane album, a 2005 album by Spocks Beard Octane magazine, a British car magazine Octane, a character in the video game Apex Legends

                                               

Portable

Portable may refer to: Portable building, a manufactured structure that is built off site and moved in upon completion of site and utility work Portable classroom, a temporary building installed on the grounds of a school to provide additional cl ...

                                               

10x10

10x10 or 10×10 may refer to: 10x10 album, an album by Ronnie Montrose "10x10", a song by the American band Yeah Yeahs from the 2007 EP Is "10x10", a song by the American group the Temptations from the 1987 album Together Again "10x10", a filmmake ...

                                               

Category 2

Category 2 or Category II may refer to: Any of several winter storms listed at list of Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale winter storms Category 2 winter storm, on the Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale and the Regional Snowfall Index Category 2 cable, ...

                                               

Category 3

Category 3 or Category III can refer to: Any of several winter storms listed at list of Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale winter storms Category 3 pandemic, on the Pandemic Severity Index, an American influenza pandemic with a case-fatality ratio b ...

                                               

St. Johns German Evangelical Church

St. Johns German Evangelical Church or variations may refer to: German Evangelical St. Johns Church Hebron, North Dakota, also known as Deutsche Evangelische St. Johannes Kirche, NRHP-listed St. Johns Evangelical Church Louisville, Kentucky, a Ge ...

                                               

St. Columbas Church

St. Columbas Church, St. Kolumba and similar names may refer to churches dedicated to a saint Columba, hoverever, there are several. in Ireland St Columbas Church, Ennis, County Clare St Columbas Church, Moyhill, County Meath St Columbas Church, ...

                                               

St. Thomas More Church

St Thomas More, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire Church of St Thomas More Seaford, East Sussex Church of Our Most Holy Redeemer and St Thomas More, Chelsea, London

                                               

Our Lady of Fatima Church

Our Lady of Fatima Church or variations with Parish or other may refer to: in India the church of the Our Lady of Fatima Convent High School, in Patiala, in Punjab Our Lady of Fatima Church, Kallukoottam, Tamil Nadu, India in London Our Lady of F ...

                                               

Holy Name Church

Holy Name Church or Holy Name Catholic Church or Church of the Holy Name may refer to: in Australia Holy Name Cathedral, Brisbane - Roman Catholic church in Queensland, Australia in Canada Church of the Holy Name, Toronto in India Cathedral of th ...

                                               

St. Philomenas Church

St. Philomenas Church or St. Philomena Catholic Church may refer to: in India St. Philomenas Church, Mysore, India in the United States by state St. Philomena Catholic Church - Des Moines, Iowa St. Philomenas Church Pittsburgh Saint Philomena Cat ...

                                               

Our Lady of Good Counsel Church

Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, or variations with Parish or otherwise, may refer to: in India Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel & Shrine of St. Anthony, Sion, in Mumbai in Norway Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Porsgrunn in Slovenia Our Lady ...

                                               

St. John Berchmans Church

St. Jan Berchmans Church in Tessenderloo St. Jan Berchmans Church in Mechelen St. Jan Berchmans Church in Borsbeek St. Jan Berchmans Church in Diest St. Jan Berchmans Church in Etterbeek, Brussels not a parish church St. Jan Berchmans Church in V ...

                                               

Our Lady of Sorrows Church

Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Bamford, Derbyshire Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Bognor Regis, West Sussex

                                               

Our Lady of Guadalupe Church

Our Lady of Guadalupe Church may refer to: in Mexico Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco in the United States Our Lady of Guadalupe Church San Francisco, California Our Lady of Guadalupe Church New York City, New York Our Lad ...

                                               

Church of San Francisco

Church of San Francisco Acatepec in San Andres Cholula, Metropolitan area of Puebla Church of San Francisco, Madero Street, Mexico City Church of San Francisco Puebla

                                               

First Methodist Church

First Methodist Church or variations with Building may refer to: in the United States by state, then city/town First Methodist Church Tupelo, Mississippi, listed on the NRHP in Lee County, Mississippi First Methodist Church Brookhaven, Mississipp ...

                                               

Immanuel Lutheran Church

Immanuel Church or Immanuel Lutheran Church, Immanuel Evangelical Church, or Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church may refer to: in Israel Immanuel Church Tel Aviv-Yafo in the United States by state Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church Boise, Idah ...

                                               

First Methodist Episcopal Church

First Methodist Episcopal Church, or variations with, South or and Parsonage, may refer to: in the United States by state then city First Methodist Episcopal Church, South Humboldt, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Gibson County First Methodist E ...

                                               

First Church

First Church, Old First Church, or First Church Parsonage may refer to: in New Zealand First Church of Otago, Dunedin in the United States by state Old First Church Sandusky, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Ohio First Church in Boston, Boston Massach ...

                                               

St Leonards

St Leonards, Buckinghamshire Cholesbury-cum-St Leonards, Buckinghamshire St Leonards-on-Sea, Hastings, East Sussex St Leonards ward, Lambeth, London St Leonards, East Kilbride St Leonards, Dorset Upton St Leonards, Gloucestershire Drayton St. Leo ...

                                               

Siloam (disambiguation)

Siloam most often refers to the ancient site of Siloam in Jerusalem. Articles directly related to Siloam in Jerusalem include: Pool of Siloam Siloam inscription Tower of Siloam Siloam tunnel Siloam may also refer to:

                                               

Jinn (disambiguation)

Jinn, or genies, are supernatural beings in Arab folklore and Islamic teachings. Jinn may also refer to: Jin dynasty 1115–1234, sometimes written as Jinn to distinguish from the earlier Jin Dynasty 265–420 Al-Jinn or The Jinn, the 72nd chapter of ...

                                               

Grodzisk

Grodzisk may refer to any of the following places: Grodzisk, Siemiatycze County, Podlaskie Voivodeship north-east Poland Grodzisk, Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Grodzi ...

                                               

Oolong (disambiguation)

Oolong is a kind of Chinese tea. This may also mean: Oolong programming language, an assembler for the Java Virtual Machine Oolong, a main character from Yie-Ar Kung Fu. Oolong Island, a fictional location from the DC Comics series 52. Oolong, Ne ...

                                               

East Twin Swallet

East Twin Swallet also known as Upper Twin Swallet is a karst cave in Burrington Combe on the Mendip Hills in Somerset, England. The cave is not very stable.The floor is strewn with boulders under which the stream normally flows. The wall sandroo ...

                                               

Belie

Belie is the cover album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori. It was released on 30 November, 2016 under the Universal Music Group Japan label. The album was released after year and two months later, after another cover album "Utahime4: My Eggs Ben ...

                                               

Star Light (film)

Star Light is a 2020 horror movie from Orama Filmworks and The Butcher Brothers. The film stars Cameron Johnson, Scout Taylor-Compton, Bret Roberts, Rahart Adams, Garrett Westton and Liana Ramirez. Tiffany Shepis has a cameo. The film is directed ...

                                               

Wishful thinking (disambiguation)

Wishful thinking is the formation of beliefs according to what might be pleasing to imagine instead of by appealing to rationality. Wishful Thinking may also refer to:

                                               

Ghosting

Ghosting identity theft, a form of identity theft, whereby a person takes on the identity of a deceased person Ghosting television, a double image when receiving a distorted or multipath input signal in analog television broadcasting Ghosting emp ...

                                               

New Girl (disambiguation)

"The New Girl" Mad Men, and episode of the AMC series Mad Men "The New Girl" Haven, an episode of the Syfy series Haven "New Girl" The Office, an episode of the UK television series The Office

                                               

Rebecca Sharp

Becky Sharp film, 1935 film based on Vanity Fair Becky Sharp character, the anti-heroine in the 1847 novel Vanity Fair and numerous adaptations into other media

                                               

Double bubble

Double bubble map, a graphical information visualization technique Double bubble sort, a variation of the bubble sort algorithm Double bubble conjecture, the mathematical statement that the minimum surface surrounding two given volumes is formed ...

                                               

The Devils Mistress (disambiguation)

The Devils Mistress is the North American release name of the 2008 British television miniseries The Devils Whore. The Devils Mistress may also refer to: The Devils Mistress, a 2016 Czech film about Joseph Goebbels onetime mistress Lida Baarova T ...

                                               

The Man Who Saw It

The Man Who Saw It is a 1966 Australian TV play written by Allan Trevor and directed by John Croyston. It was an original for Australian television and aired as part of Wednesday Theatre on the ABC.

                                               

Soul Mates

Soul Mates may refer to: Soul Mates album, a jazz album by saxophonists Charlie Rouse and Sahib Shihab Soul Mate #9, a 2001 song by Tina Arena Soul Mates film, a 1925 silent drama Soul Mates 1914 film, directed by Gilbert P. Hamilton Soul Mates T ...

                                               

Dead by Dawn (2020 film)

Dead by Dawn is a 2020 American horror-thriller edited, and directed by Sean Cain. The film, produced by Linda Slade, Jamie Bernadette and Sean Cain stars Drew Lindsey Mitchell, Kelcey Watson, Jamie Bernadette, Bo Burroughs, Timothy Muskatell, an ...

                                               

SungWon Cho

SungWon Cho, also known as ProZD, is a Korean American actor, voice actor, and YouTuber. He is best known for his role as Detective Joe Furuya in Anime Crimes Division and for his many voice acting roles, most notably FL4K from Borderlands 3 and ...

                                               

Rhiannon Davies Jones

Rhiannon Davies Jones was a Welsh historical novelist, lecturer and Welsh nationalist who wrote in Welsh. Educated at University College Bangor, she won two prize for short novels, two Prose Medals at the National Eisteddfod of Wales and the crow ...

                                               

Walker (TV series)

Walker is an upcoming reboot of the 1993–2001 television series Walker, Texas Ranger for The CW. It was ordered straight to series in January 2020, and stars Jared Padalecki in the titular role. Walker is scheduled to premiere in January 2021.

                                               

Freemans Mind

Freemans Mind is a machinima series created by Ross Scott using the Source remake of the 1998 video game Half-Life. It follows the protagonist of the game, Gordon Freeman, also voiced by Scott, who acts as a combination of narrator and running co ...

                                               

Lapis (disambiguation)

Lapis Satricanus, a stone in the ruins of Satricum Lapis philosophorum, a name for the philosophers stone

                                               

Peridot (disambiguation)

Peridot is a mineral. Peridot may also refer to: IBM Peridot software, an IBM project Peridot, a British First World War trawler scuttled by the Germans 10 July 1917 Peridot, a character in the Japanese anime series Jewelpet HMT Peridot FY 198, a ...

                                               

Garnet (disambiguation)

Garnet Jewelpet, Persian cat character Garnet Til Alexandros XVII in Final Fantasy IX Garnet, one of the identical twins in the 1995 Jacqueline Wilson book Double Act Garnet Steven Universe