noun (often initial capital letter)
Words nearby munster
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"He's a vocal shareholder who can continue to put pressure on Apple to do the right thing for investors," Munster said.
Although Icahn is pushing for a larger buyback, it's likely it won't take place until March, Munster said.
To one of the dioceses of Munster was assigned the area now occupied by the two dioceses of Waterford and Lismore.
And here is the village of Munster where Freija was honoured.Pine Needles|Susan Bogert Warner
So your honour was edicated in Munster, I mane partly edicated.Wild Wales|George Borrow
Condition; in Munster, to 'change your condition' is to get married.
An old English word, obsolete in England, but still quite common in Munster.