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noise

noun ado, blare, blatancy, cacophony, clamor, clangor, clatter, cry, din, discord, fanfare, fracas, harsh sound, hubbub, hullabaloo, jangle, loudness, outcry, pandemonium, racket, ruckus, ruction, sonitus, sound, stir, strepitus, tumult, unnleasant sound, uproar, vociferance
Associated concepts: disturbing the peace, noise pollution, nuisance
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In it the warrior Naoise and his brothers must leave their home province for love of the beautiful Deirdre.
Film Commissioner of the Irish Film Board, Naoise Barry said: 'There are groups of people in India who are being declined their visas for one reason or another.
Naoise Barry, Irish Film Board's Film Commissioner, says the brochure is aimed at showing Ireland in its best light.
The title character runs away with her lover Naoise in defiance of his uncle, King Conchubar.
As a result, unnecessary emergency room visits and hospital admissions will decrease, and patients will be better able to self-manage chronic conditions," explained Naoise Colgan, VP, Care Management Solutions at McKesson.
Documentary maker Ken O'Sullivan, photographer Naoise Culhane and InstaIreland's Keith O'Hara were among the judges of the competition.
Recent Beverley scorer Naoise can follow up in the Bothwell Castle Handicap at Hamilton.
The sevenrunner contest was run at only an ordinary gallop but the right horses came to the fore and the consistent Naoise, who is a good yardstick at that level, was well-held in fifth.
By offering health plan members immediate access to experienced, highly trained nurses, we can help facilitate better health outcomes, said Naoise Colgan, Vice President, Care Management Solutions at McKesson.
Naoise Barry, Location Services Manager at the Irish Film Board said she was delighted the film is being made in this country.
She flees from Conchobar with the help of Naoise and his brothers, but returns on the foolhardy advice of Fergus.