The balance of 1,025 was handed over by Mr. O'Brien, for distribution among the poor of mallow.
Charleville, mallow, Sligo, fell into the hands of the natives.
Rhadamanthus gives Lucian a talisman of mallow as Hermes gave Odysseus the moly.
I wish the city of Cork to have two members, Bantry one and mallow one.
Raffle led the way across the fields to the neat yard along the range of stables where mallow trained for a small owner or two.
By the rakes o' mallow, this jaunt may be the makin' o' you.
Among the leaves of mallow its mauve petals are sheltered from the sun.
mallow is a centre for the fine salmon fishing on the Blackwater.
See here, mallow; I don't mind his being beaten up; but what you say doesn't sound good.
The seeds of the mallow are called by country children, cheeses.
late 14c., from late Old English malwe, from Latin malva "mallows," from a pre-Latin Mediterranean language. The same lost word apparently yielded Greek malakhe "mallow."