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The Tony award for powerless independence

The Tony award for powerless independence

All except Byrne. "Why aren't you clapping. Eric." called Gregory. Fianna Fail backbenchers, always quick to take a rise out of Byrne, started to echo Gregory. In a Nay you sense that Gregory would almost have been disappointed if the boys had got it
12 February 1995 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
women seven in the dock A BRAWL following a bingo session in Rathdrum had a sequel in Wicklow District Court on Tuesday when seven women were charged with conduct leading to a breach of the peace.

women seven in the dock A BRAWL following a bingo session in Rathdrum had a sequel in Wicklow District Court on Tuesday when seven women were charged with conduct leading to a breach of the peace.

clout across the back from Agnes Gregory. Cross-examined by Mr. Denis Hipwell, who appeared for Anne Gregory, Mrs. Kennedy said that Agnes Gregory was the aggressor, she had called Anne Gregory a robber, "Agnes Gregory wanted a fight and she got
26 January 1990 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
My prisoner is

My prisoner is

antidote," Gregory recalled. "The doctors said I was IS minutes from dying." But the friendship faded away when Gregory's family sold their farm and bought another plot of land hundreds of miles away. "I was at boarding school at the time," Gregory said. "My
04 November 1995 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The grand old man of Hollywood

The grand old man of Hollywood

astonishment, Gregory found out when he enrolled to- which Gregory senior replica, in a pre-med course at the University "Well. 1 haven't been at all well of California in Berkeley. changed 'only. - halfway through to English, and gradaer fact, Gregory the mo
01 August 1999 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
This Week's Short Story Gambling Gregory |

This Week's Short Story Gambling Gregory |

This Week's Short Story Gambling Gregory | ALL this happened a few monlhs ago; il was the end of the milliner holidays. Gregory Keenan gad been spending a holiday with Uncle Pat and Aunt Mary up , D the mountains, and, in spile of ,1k weather, he had
19 November 1954 - Catholic Standard - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Kelly introduced the various speakers who attended to pay tribute to Brother Gregory. Rev. V. Connolly, C.C. speaking on behalf of the local clergy, praised Brother Gregory for the great work he had done for the children of the town in the Brothers Primary
04 October 1974 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
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brief glory descends on Tony Gregory. He gets to hold Charlie Haughey's future in his hands. Normally, Gregory holds tis Holy Grail wit relish this time round, he has the look of a man holding a hot potato. Five years ago, Gregory stagemanaged the occasion
08 March 1987 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Page 2. The Argots, March 19, 1982 We are experiencing a most extraordinary era in Irish politics, the Gregory era.

Page 2. The Argots, March 19, 1982 We are experiencing a most extraordinary era in Irish politics, the Gregory era.

price he paid for the Gregory vote was 'thuch too high. He has built up deep resentment in other areas of the city and in the provinces which will have to go without, to pay the price of the Gregory deal. Perhaps worst of all the Gregory affair will rather
19 March 1982 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
The softening of the Dail's toughest nut

The softening of the Dail's toughest nut

Independents before, and none since. Gregory's early months as a TD were subject to the closest scrutiny, due to his involvement with Charles Haughey in negotiating the 'Gregory Deal'. the price Haughey had to pay to secure Gregory's vote for Taoiseach after
15 June 1997 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Gregory Peck •nd his wits, V•renique, check Church records in Dingle in 1968 with sacristan Padraig

Gregory Peck •nd his wits, V•renique, check Church records in Dingle in 1968 with sacristan Padraig

reasonable to accept that Gregory Ashe, the great, great, grandfather of Gregory Peck and the Gregory Ashe born at Kinard to James Ashe and Mary Griffin, were one and the same person . If that view is accepted, it follows that Gregory Peck's kinship to
04 April 1986 - Kerryman - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland