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Newry

/ˈnjʊərɪ/
noun
1.
a city and port in Northern Ireland, in Newry and Mourne district, Co Down. Pop: 27 433 (2001)
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  • The newry folks, and all of their breed, abstain from whining and cadging.

    Ireland as It Is Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
  • It was determined that he should return to Harton, and there try for the newry scholarship in time.

    Julian Home Dean Frederic W. Farrar
  • It is nearly six o'clock when we start from newry towards Newcastle.

    Wanderings in Ireland Michael Myers Shoemaker
  • So it was arranged they should go together, and they repaired to a town called newry.

  • newry and Dundalk must have been evacuated but for a timely supply of herrings.

  • The name was shortened into an-Iubharach, whence the transition was easy to newry.

    Trees. A Woodland Notebook Herbert Maxwell
  • The way thence to newry was most difficult for a stranger to find out.

  • And the firemen of the county and their women are the ones who do their shopping in newry!

  • I don't think it very likely: they are all country families, except a few refreshers from the garrison at newry and Dundalk.

    Tony Butler Charles James Lever
  • The following story is related as having occurred at Camlough, near newry.

    Ulster Folklore Elizabeth Andrews

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