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urged all motorists to take advantage of this grace period and renew the registration of their vehicles.
For their part, citizens of Tal Aran
and Tal Hasel cities said that the aid has helped provide their needs, particularly after the armed terrorist groups stole their properties.
Family affair: Eavan Murray, Rob Ross, Norrie Louise Ross and Aran
Patterson at site
Multi-prize winner Sion Aran
Jones Rebecca Louise Parry, best practical student Eifion Lewis from Machynlleth and Carly Jones from Rhiwlas received the best level 2 student award
The rebel forces in Tel Aran
primarily comprise two Al-Qaeda linked factions.
Conneely is aware that all writing from or about the Islands in the past century exists to some extent in the shadow of Synge's The Aran
Islands (1907), but she smartly begins her study a bit earlier, with Emily Lawless's Grania: The Story of an Island (1892), a choice which offers the possibility of greater complexity and nuance in telling the story she wants to tell.
To recommend appropriate support mechanisms for farming on the Aran
Islands that address the issues that threaten the status of the islands priority habitats;
But in little Aran
Galstaun's case, those three words represent a huge achievement and one that never fails to bring tears of joy to his mother's eyes.
And when Marcy and tour guide Sean make a long journey to the rugged and remote Aran
Islands, ``The Matchmaker'' pulls out all the stops, using the spectacular windblown landscape to knockout effect.
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noted that the only exception to this offer is violations that pose a risk to road users' life and end in impoundment.
The pier-side assault is the latest episode in the long running "ferry wars" at Doolin, where an estimated 90,000 passengers arrive every year to travel to the Aran
Islands and Cliffs of Moher.
Not just any workshop, but a workshop with Pablo Aran
Gimeno of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch.