[mon-uh-guh n, -han]
- a county in the NE Republic of Ireland. 498 sq. mi. (1290 sq. km). County seat: Monaghan.
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Fort Bliss was shot in just 21 days, with the crew, Monaghan says, “running and gunning, literally.”
It may surprise you a bit, then, to learn that Monaghan got her start as a model.
“It must be because we only represent one percent of the population,” says Monaghan, rolling her eyes.
According to Monaghan, this was a very regular occurrence among the female soldiers stationed there.
“All the background extras are real soldiers, and the vehicles, guns, everything are authentic,” says Monaghan.
The principal shopkeepers of Monaghan have unpatriotic names.Ireland as It Is
Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
Well, Monaghan, if this be maple sugar, I never wish to taste any again.Roughing it in the Bush
She was a native of the County Monaghan, and, at this time, about forty years of age.The Life Story of an Old Rebel
This Fitzwilliam agreed to, and returned with him to Monaghan, apparently for the purpose.The Story Of Ireland
For this purpose the archbishop of Armagh surrendered a large part of his diocese—the whole of Monaghan and Louth.
- a county of NE Republic of Ireland, in Ulster province: many small lakes. County town: Monaghan. Pop: 52 593 (2002). Area: 1292 sq km (499 sq miles)
- a town in NE Republic of Ireland, county town of Co Monaghan. Pop: 5717 (2002)
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