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Someday Independent. Dublin: Dublin Shell to Sea. Dublin Shell to Sea (2009b). The €420 Billion Giveaway: How Ireland is Losing Its Valuable Natural Resources. Dublin: Dublin Shell to Sea. Dunning, T. (2009).

Author: Amanda Slevin

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 9781526100979

Category: Social Science

Page: 248

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Gas and oil are pivotal to the functioning of modern societies, yet the ownership, control, production and consumption of hydrocarbons often provokes intense disputes with serious ramifications. Gas, oil and the Irish state examines the dynamics and conflicts of state hydrocarbon management and provides the first comprehensive study of the Irish model. Interpreting the Corrib gas conflict as a microcosm of the Irish state's approach to hydrocarbon management, the book articulates environmental, health and safety concerns underpinning community resistance to the project. It emphasises how the dispute exposed broader issues, such as the privatisation of Irish hydrocarbons in exchange for one of the lowest rates of government take in the world, and served to problematise how the state functions, its close relationship with capital and its deployment of coercive force to repress dissent. Analysis of these issues occurs within an original account of decision-making and policy formation around Irish hydrocarbons from 1957 to 2014. The book traces the development of the state's approach in tandem with occurrences in Irish political economy and examines the impact of global trends on different approaches to hydrocarbon management. A comparative case study of Norway reveals ideological, political, social and economic forces which influence how states manage their hydrocarbons - factors which the book uses as the basis for a rigorous critique of the Irish model.
2016-07-22 By Amanda Slevin

Someday they'll be glad to know effin' Brendan Behan.” He went on talking, hopping from one subject to another – the Aran Islands, the tenements in Dublin, snatches of Gaelic, a bar of a song. He talked of painting – house painting ...

Author: Bill Kelly

Publisher: Poolbeg Press Ltd

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 380

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Bill Kelly survived a tough childhood in Dublin to become one of Ireland’s foremost journalists, perhaps best known for his Sunday Press soccer column as ‘Big Bill’ which was so popular it ran for thirty years. Here, with the sure touch of a born storyteller, he takes us back to his tenement boyhood in a time when ‘discos, television, even the wireless were in the realm of science fiction’ and water wings were made from two paraffin-oil tins and a piece of twine. Then he leads us onward through his extraordinary and varied life – his Catholic schooling where the nuns left him ‘in no doubt that hell was a terribly real place and damn few escaped it’ – his debut boxing event as a pro under an assumed name ‘for a fiver for three rounds’ – his introduction to journalism in the newsroom of Radio Éireann in 1946 – his brief career in PR when he represented the great boxer Jack Doyle – how he ‘rescued Kippure’ with the Irish Parachute Club – his boozing sessions with Brendan Behan and so much more. Big Bill’s love of his native city shines through every word but it is his own exuberant and humorous take on life that makes this such a memorable read.
2016-05-17 By Bill Kelly

He just knew someday, Dublin would grow into a fine young man. He just needed to find Jesus. For Jesus Christ would make the difference of night and day in him, despite the boy's progress independently. Although it was Andy's opinion ...

Author: Emily Stalder Johnson

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781387867691

Category: Fiction

Page: 370

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Abused and neglected by his father, Dublin Pearson's world is forever changed when a stranger steps in, just at the right time, a man by the name of Andrew Caldwell. Andy takes the boy in as his own son and shows him love, teaching him of God. Dublin is skeptical that God loves him, but finds healing in Andy's tender, fatherly love. Dublin enjoys helping Andy with his magnificent horses and can't imagine his new life any other way. Until one day tragedy strikes, nearly erasing all Andy has taught him...Now Dublin must decide what he truly believes in and in whose hands he ought to put his very life into.
2018-06-08 By Emily Stalder Johnson

Can Amy find her spirit and rekindle her passion? Can Michael face his inner demons and find the absolution he needs? And can they find their way back and find what they need in each other? Find out....Someday In Dublin!

Author: Britt DeLaney

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1512141747

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Page: 204

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Amy travels to Dublin on a whim, desperate to escape her life and reconnect with the person she used to be. With the help of a friend, she assembles a list - an Irish 'bucket list' of sorts - for her whirlwind weekend, planning every single detail... Except for Michael. She never saw him coming. When they connect at a crowded pub, sparks fly and Amy's plans become twice the fun - until a secret changes everything between them, altering the course of two lives. Can Amy find her spirit and rekindle her passion? Can Michael face his inner demons and find the absolution he needs? And can they find their way back and find what they need in each other? Find out....Someday In Dublin!
2015-05-09 By Britt DeLaney

Dublin was hopeful that the Lord would someday help him to forgive the unforgivable in Anthony Pearson. For the wrongs committed against him were of a time past; a past which wouldn't reoccur, now, or ever again.

Author: Emily Stalder Johnson

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781794793668

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They opposed Home Rule and organised marches and protest rallies in Dublin and other counties around the country. Life for people in Dublin was affected by British occupation. Hunger, poverty, no future; ... 'Maybe someday we'll.

Author: Eimear Lawlor

Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd

ISBN: 9781800249288

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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Inspired by real life events, a young woman falls for the British officer she has been ordered to betray during the Irish War of Independence.
2021-01-28 By Eimear Lawlor

Dublin patted his shoulder reassuringly as they both took a seat at the small table. ... I hope, someday soon, he'll reach out to us again. ... Dublin's heart was warmed by his son's dear promise to pray for Carter.

Author: Emily Stalder Johnson

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781794851962

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"Would it help if I swore to you on my armband and on the bones of my ancestors that I will never use any of the knowledge I learn on the journey against the Irish?" "Sitric, you may well someday be king of Dublin.

Author: Bruce Corbett

Publisher: Bruce Corbett

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Category: Fiction

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The betrothed of Ambrose, bastard prince of Wessex, is kidnapped by Welsh brigands, and then a raiding party of Norse pirates. With the army of Wessex at his back, Ambrose attacks a Welsh coastal stronghold, only to find that Gretchen never made it there. He then travels to Ireland. There he meets a strange ally, and together, they work their way to the Norse stronghold where Gretchen is held. Rebuffed and then threatened by the Jarl who holds her captive, he escapes and flees northward. With the aid of a Viking prince, he obtains two ships and trains Saxon ship crews so he can intercept and free his love. Vikings, Saxons, Irish, adventure, Love, military, Welsh, Vikings in Ireland, polonius, ambrose, dublin

Who'd have thought when we played follow the leader over the rocks on the beachand you fellinto that tide pool that we'd someday be doing something likethis?' 'Never ina million years,'I agreed. 'We had some good times,didn't we, Molly?

Author: Rhys Bowen

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781472118479

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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When New York theatre impresario Tommy Burke asks Molly Murphy to help him take care of some family business back in Ireland, Molly is happy to oblige. Tempted by the prospect of going home for the first time in years (and putting her fledging detective agency on firm financial ground), Molly throws caution to the wind and climbs aboard the White Start Liner Majestic with hopes of sneaking on and off the isle without raising a peep. Until one passenger, who happens to be a famous Broadway actress goes missing—and another turns up dead. So much for smooth sailing . . .
2015-10-01 By Rhys Bowen

“But why didn't you just d-drive to D-dublin that d-day and forget the t-train?” Donal asked. “I don't know, Donal,” she said. “I'll have to think about that.” “Can we go to Dublin someday in the car?” Conor asked.

Author: Colm Toibin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781439138335

Category: Fiction

Page: 373

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Struggling with grief and financial hardships after the death of her beloved husband, widow Nora struggles to support her four children and clings to secrecy in the intrusive community of her childhood before finding her voice. By the award-winning author of The Master and Brooklyn. 125,000 first printing.
2014-10-07 By Colm Toibin