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Clonmel

/klɒnˈmɛl/
noun
1.
the county town of Co Tipperary, Republic of Ireland; birthplace of Laurence Sterne; meat processing and enamelware. Pop: 16 910 (2002)
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  • It is much under sheep; but towards clonmel there is a great deal of tillage.

    A Tour in Ireland Arthur Young
  • Before we knew it we were entering Carrick-on-Suir, which we took for clonmel.

    In Unfamiliar England Thomas Dowler Murphy
  • It is nearly twenty miles from clonmel, and the road is surprisingly good.

    In Unfamiliar England Thomas Dowler Murphy
  • The people of clonmel repeat the charge, and extend it to the other monks.

  • In September the leaders of the movement were brought to trial in clonmel.

    Sir Charles Napier

    Sir William Francis Butler
  • A second cheer had gone up from the docks as the clonmel made fast.

    The Messenger

    Elizabeth Robins
  • The clonmel deck-hand had no need to look at the aid to memory.

    The Messenger

    Elizabeth Robins
  • The son of a captain in the British army, he was born at clonmel, Co.

    The Glories of Ireland Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox
  • On the 10th of October, 1848, he was brought to trial for high treason in clonmel.

  • He incurred the wrath of Mr. O'Connell in consequence of treachery which he had exhibited in conducting a trial at clonmel.

    The Felon's Track Michael Doheny

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