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GLENBEIGH
WEST KERRY
KERRY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
NORTH KERRY
RADIO KERRY
KERRY FOX
KERRY JOSEPH
LIMERICK
DAINGEAN
DINGLE TOWN
KERRY BLUE TERRIER
MARK KERRY
KERRY EARNHARDT
CANDIDATE
KINGDOM
CLOSE
CENTRE
FEBRUARY
TRALEE BAY
FAMOUS
BLASKET ISLANDS
FIRST RACE
DALE EARNHARDT JR
EVANGELICALS
FORTS
LIBERTARIANS
OVERLOOKING
REMNANTS
BALLOT
PARISH
BED
RAIL
GRANDSON
OBAMA
DEMOCRATS
DEMOCRATIC PARTY
ELDEST SON
MASSACHUSETTS
SOUTH-WEST
DINGLE BAY
ATLANTIC OCEAN
FRITZ
HILLS
CLARK
IRISH
PEERAGE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Kerry is the son of the seven-time Sprint Cup champion, and half-brother of Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  2. Kerry is a gun owner and hunter. (Web site)
  3. Kerry is a very popular destination with its hotels often in high demand (especially during the Summer months). (Web site)
  4. Kerry was the son of legendary wrestler Fritz Von Erich.
  5. Kerry is the fifth largest of Ireland’s 32 counties in area and 14th largest in terms of population[ 1]. (Web site)

Glenbeigh

  1. The Sleepy Camel is located at Glenbeigh on the Ring of Kerry and beside the famous blue flag Rossbeigh beach.

West Kerry

  1. The Slea Head drive is takes you through the finest views of West Kerry, Beehive huts and Gallarus Oratory.
  2. As West Kerry is a very mountaineouse region there is no shortage of places to go walking.
  3. You can now buy our book about the Famine in Ireland and West Kerry. (Web site)

Kerry International Airport

  1. It is 15 km from Kerry International Airport and it's close to 3 world-famous golf courses. (Web site)

North Kerry

  1. The town of Tralee in north Kerry is the county's largest town.

Radio Kerry

  1. Radio Kerry is a local radio station based in the scenic South-West of Ireland in County Kerry.
  2. The Kerry Today section has live link-ups with Radio Kerry and the Irish language station, Radio Na Gaeltachta.
  3. The county has a commercial radio station, Radio Kerry, which commenced operations in 1990. (Web site)

Kerry Fox

  1. About Kerry: Kerry Fox, born in New Zealand, has had numerous roles in films from all over the globe, including Australia, the UK and France.

Kerry Joseph

  1. TORONTO - Difficult as it was at times to maintain hope, Kerry Joseph never stopped dreaming of stepping back under centre for a professional football team.

Limerick

  1. Muskerry made an attempt to relieve Limerick, marching north from Kerry, but was routed by Roger Boyle at the battle of Knocknaclashy.
  2. The county is in the Protestant diocese of Limerick and the Roman Catholic dioceses of Kerry and Limerick. (Web site)

Daingean

  1. Dingle, or, to give it its proper, official name these days, An Daingean, is in County Kerry. (Web site)

Dingle Town

  1. During the centuries following the arrival of the Normans, Dingle town (1011) became a thriving port, and the only walled town in Kerry, apart from Tralee. (Web site)
  2. Dingle town is situated approximately thirty miles west of Tralee on the Dingle Penninsula in county Kerry, in Irelands scenic south west region.
  3. Built in a courtyard style, Dingle Courtyard Cottages offer an excellent standard of self catering accommodation on the edge of Dingle town in County Kerry. (Web site)

Kerry Blue Terrier

  1. The Kerry Blue Terrier is a breed of dog mistakenly thought to be of County Kerry in South West Ireland; it is actually from Tipperary.
  2. Sue Carmell of Newmarket and her Kerry blue terrier, Finnegan, both have ancestors from Ireland.

Mark Kerry

  1. Buchanan then combined with Mark Stockwell, Peter Evans and Mark Kerry to claim another bronze in the 4 × 100 m medley relay.
  2. He also teamed up with Mark Kerry, Peter Evans and Glenn Buchanan, swimming the freestyle leg to win a bronze in the 4x100-metre medley relay.
  3. Moscow Olympics Two days before turning 18, Brooks lined up with Mark Kerry, Peter Evans and Mark Tonelli in the medley relay.

Kerry Earnhardt

  1. His first race car was a 1979 Monte Carlo that he co-owned with his older half-brother, Kerry Earnhardt. (Web site)
  2. Kerry Wins: Kerry Earnhardt, oldest son of the late Dale Earnhardt won the ARCA race at Michigan. (Web site)

Candidate

  1. This is the largest number of Nobel Laureates to ever endorse a candidate for office, more than endorsed either Gore or Kerry.

Kingdom

  1. Kerry the Kingdom, Tralee: See 3 reviews, articles, and photos of Kerry the Kingdom, ranked No.7 on TripAdvisor among 38 attractions in Tralee.
  2. Killarney, is situated in County Kerry, traditionally referred to as "The Kingdom" owing to its majestic scenery. (Web site)

Close

  1. Close to the Kerry Way with miles of safe, unspoilt sandy beaches and subtropical vegetation in Gulf Stream climate close by. (Web site)
  2. On November 2, 2004, John Kerry (born 1943) lost a close, hard-fought United States presidential election to incumbent president George W. Bush. (Web site)
  3. It is close to Waterville, a sandy beach, 2 golf courses and Kerry Way walking route.

Centre

  1. Killarney is the centre of the tourism industry, which is a significant element of the economy in Kerry. (Web site)
  2. Castleisland was the centre of Desmond power in Kerry. (Web site)
  3. Found in the centre of the Ring of Kerry, this lodge offers fantastic views of Rossbeigh Beach and Seefin Mountain.

February

  1. February 18, 1993 - Kerry Von Erich (Texas Tornado in the WWF) commits suicide at the age of 33. (Web site)

Tralee Bay

  1. This strategic position gave a splendid view of the coast from Tralee Bay to Kerry Head and the mouth of the Shannon.

Famous

  1. WATERVILLE: Located on the famous Ring of Kerry, Waterville is a golfers pleasure, combining natural beauty with a thoughtful but challenging links design. (Web site)
  2. Day three of this tour will be spent travelling the famous Ring of Kerry. (Web site)

Blasket Islands

  1. The Drive now reaches Slea Head itself, marked by a stone crucifixation scene, with dramatic views to South Kerry and the Blasket Islands.

First Race

  1. Kerry Earnhardt won his first race -- an ARCA event at Pocono -- and qualified for a Winston Cup event, the August race at Michigan. (Web site)

Dale Earnhardt Jr

  1. Dale Earnhardt Jr., legendary son of Ralph Dale Earnhardt and brother of Kerry Earnhardt, is a third generation NASCAR champion racer.

Evangelicals

  1. A significant minority of evangelicals supported Kerry. (Web site)
  2. Indeed in 2004, according to the 2004 CNN exit poll, 21% of white evangelicals voted for John Kerry and they made up 23% of the electorate. (Web site)

Forts

  1. The Dingle Peninsula has the most rugged Atlantic coastline in Kerry and is scattered with forts and pre-historic huts such as the Gallarus Oratory.
  2. Co. Kerry contains many forts of the Cashel type, the best-known example of these being Staigue Fort, situated in Kilcrohan parish, barony of Iveragh, Co. (Web site)

Libertarians

  1. Libertarians who voted for John Kerry may have been protesting Bush's failure to restrain federal spending.

Overlooking

  1. Overlooking beautiful and serene Kenmare Bay with the Kerry mountains providing a wonderful backdrop, the setting is surely one of the best in Ireland.

Remnants

  1. In 1986, the remnants of Hurricane Charley crossed over Kerry as an extratropical storm causing extensive rainfall, flooding and damage. (Web site)
  2. A 1,400-YEAR-OLD brooch dating from the early Christian period has been discovered in the remnants of a turf fire in a range in north Kerry. (Web site)

Ballot

  1. John Kerry is down by several thousand votes in New Mexico, though not one ballot has yet been counted. (Web site)

Parish

  1. Ardfert is a parish in the barony of Clanmaurice, County Kerry, Ireland.

Bed

  1. Caher House is a comfortably furnished bed & breakfast, 4 miles from Castlemaine village in County Kerry.
  2. Milestone House is an attractive family run bed and breakfast near the Gaeltacht town of Dingle in County Kerry.

Rail

  1. Cork Airport, easily accessible by bus or rail, also serves the Kerry region. (Web site)
  2. Cork International Airport, easily accessible by bus or rail, also serves the Kerry region. (Web site)

Grandson

  1. Earnhardt, the son of Kerry Earnhardt and grandson of the late Dale Earnhardt, is attempting to make his series debut this weekend.
  2. His grandson, Lloyd Bentsen IV, served on John Kerry 's advance staff during Kerry's 2004 campaign for the presidency of the United States.

Obama

  1. Four years later John Kerry carried 18-29 year olds by a nine-point margin; Obama won them by a whopping 66 percent to 32 percent.
  2. Mrs. Obama was introduced by Teresa Heinz Kerry, wife of former Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. (Web site)

Democrats

  1. The good news for Democrats is that Obama is doing better than Kerry at this stage, and much better than Gore.
  2. Immediately after the 2004 election, some Democrats mentioned Kerry as a possible contender for the 2008 Democratic nomination. (Web site)

Democratic Party

  1. While some libertarians may have cast protest votes for Kerry, few see the Democratic Party with its regulatory instincts as a likely champion of freedom. (Web site)
  2. In 2004, Indian Americans raised $5 million for the Democratic Party ($2 million for John Kerry alone) and $1.5 million for the Republican Party. (Web site)

Eldest Son

  1. July 17, 2004 - Seven-time Winston Cup champion Dale Earnhardt lives in his eldest son, Kerry, 34, one of those competing in tonight's Coors Light 200.

Massachusetts

  1. In 2004, John Kerry of Massachusetts and John Edwards of North Carolina ran as the Democratic presidential and vice presidential nominees. (Web site)
  2. While his father was stationed at the U.S. Embassy in Oslo, Norway, Kerry was sent to Massachusetts to attend boarding school. (Web site)

South-West

  1. The parish of Dún Chaoin is at the most westerly tip of the Dingle Peninsula in the County of Kerry in the south-west of Ireland.
  2. It is in the Macgillycuddy's Reeks, a range of glacier -carved sandstone mountains in County Kerry, in the south-west of the island.

Dingle Bay

  1. The main features of County Kerry include the long bay of the Kenmare River, and Dingle Bay. (Web site)
  2. All the way you are within scent of the seas of Dingle Bay and encircled by the Kerry Mountains.

Atlantic Ocean

  1. Emlagh House is a luxury country house located in Kerry on the Dingle peninsula and surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. (Web site)
  2. Kerry Head in County Kerry, Ireland is a peninsula streching into the Atlantic Ocean just north of Banna Strand. (Web site)
  3. West Limerick, bordering onto County Kerry and the Atlantic Ocean an area with many towns and villages, including the famous thatched village of Adare. (Web site)

Fritz

  1. Kerry named Jim Johnson, former advisor to Vice President Walter F. "Fritz" Mondale, as the head of a vice-presidential search process. (Web site)

Hills

  1. There are plenty of walks to take, the Kerry Way passes through Castlecove linking Sneem and Waterville, and there are tracks through the hills to explore. (Web site)
  2. We are situated on the main street of the picturesque town of Cahirsiveen, where the hills of the ring of kerry sweep down to Dingle bay.

Clark

  1. Immediately after Clark's departure from the race, Bartcop followed Clark in endorsing John Kerry. (Web site)

Irish

  1. The Dingle Peninsula (Irish: Corca Dhuibhne - sometimes anglicized as Corkaguiney) is located in County Kerry and is the most westerly point of Ireland.
  2. Killarney (Irish: Cill Airne, meaning "The church of the sloe") is a town in County Kerry, southwestern Ireland.
  3. Castleisland (Oileán Chiarraí in Irish) (pronounced Castle-island) is a busy market town and commercial centre in county Kerry in southwest Ireland.

Peerage

  1. Viscount Gage, of Castle Island in the County of Kerry of the Kingdom of Ireland, is a title in the Peerage of Ireland. (Web site)

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