OTHER WORDS FROM IrelandIre·land·er, noun
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How to use Ireland in a sentence
The study was published in Nature Geoscience by scientists from the Potsdam Institute, Ireland’s Maynooth University and University College London.Scientists see stronger evidence of slowing Atlantic Ocean circulation, an ‘Achilles’ heel’ of the climate|Chris Mooney, Andrew Freedman|February 25, 2021|Washington Post
When we tried to book a clinic appointment in Dublin, we were disappointed to find out that they wouldn’t treat us in Ireland.
No surprise there, as Ireland’s data protection commissioner is notoriously underfunded and slow-moving.A Facebook case in Belgium could open the floodgates for GDPR privacy suits|David Meyer|January 13, 2021|Fortune
He carries an Ireland that is no longer there, for good and ill.Gabriel Byrne’s ‘Walking with Ghosts’ is a revelation in unexpected ways|Keith Donohue|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
Under current lockdown restrictions in Ireland, the shop is doing only takeaway orders and, prior to partnering with Manna, had never offered delivery.With grocery store access limited during the pandemic, drone delivery offers a high-tech boost to business|Alyssa Newcomb|January 11, 2021|Fortune
We do see that a few European countries have them on the books: Germany, Poland, Italy, Ireland, a couple more.
There were stories of distant strife, in Bosnia, Rwanda, and Northern Ireland, and those stories had the whiff of a different era.
She has had clients from all over the world, including Ireland and India, who are drawn to her via word of mouth and her website.
The king set about punishing Marshal, opposing his attempts to establish his family in their lands in Ireland and Wales.England’s Greatest Knight Puts ‘Game of Thrones’ to Shame|William O’Connor|December 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In Ireland, the name of Sean Quinn will be forever linked in the public mind as the ultimate cautionary tale of riches to rags.
The Elizabethan pipes were so small that now when they are dug up in Ireland the poor call them 'fairy pipes' from their tininess.
The decay and ruin of nearly all the "old families" in Ireland are among the penalties of disregarding it.
Flax is a great staple of the North of Ireland, and three fourths of it is beaten flat to the earth.
To talk of an excess of labor, or an inability to employ it, in such a country as Ireland, is to insult the general understanding.
I shall be agreeably disappointed if Ireland realizes a fair average harvest this year.