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Dail Eireann

the lower house of the Parliament, or OIREACHTAS, of the Republic of Ireland, elected by a single transferable vote method of proportional representation.
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it by to last of who was work LICENCE We often moan about how politicians think they're above the law, but this is literally true with the Dail bar because it doesn't even have a proper liquor licence!
NCPI, led by Dail, aims to be the moving force in pharmaceutical industry development in the Kingdom to operate the industry along modern lines.
George Island Trash Patrol, where I would get everybody organized with my trusty clipboard and Dail would haul tons of trash in his old Ford pickup.
Coordinate 380 extension-related projects to be developed by DAILs and approved by MAIL or donors.
Dr Dail began his professional career at the University of California San Diego as an assistant professor and director of the autopsy service.
Mohammed Latif, for Dail, of Dudley Road East, Tividale, said he had been "blinded by love".
"Whether it's a repair part, or it's an item of equipment that's very important to the troop, that will be immediately shipped, and within days, or sometimes even less than a day, depending on where our parts (are located) and the way the item is stocked," Dail said.
"When we put them overseas, it immediately was like someone had turned a switch on in a dark closet," Dail said.
De Valera and his supporters wanted the money to be sent directly to the Dail while John Devoy and Judge Cohalan favored using the money to win support for Ireland in the United States and to oppose Woodrow Wilson's League of Nations.
The legislation setting up Horse Racing Ireland-the new controlling body for Irish racing-is expected to be introduced in the Dail when it
At the moment Dail members must squeeze past each other into two small gates, depending on their voting preferences.
Former bank official Caoimhghin O Caolain made history by winning a seat in the Cavan-Monaghan borderside constituency and vowing to take his place in the 166-strong Dail.