CABRA


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CABRACoalition of All Breed Rescue of Arizona
CABRACopper and Brass Research Association (metallurgy)
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Owned by Howard Wallace from Scotland - hence the name, which is a Robbie Burns ballad - she was making her first visit to Dublin and looked destined for second when Cabra Ash raced clear to the bend.
Witnesses are asked to contact Cabra Garda station on 01 6667400, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666111 or any Garda station.
Pals say the local lad is a keen skater, who is in second-year at Colaiste Mhuire secondary school in Cabra and plays for Naomh Fionnbarra GAA club.
Se emplearon 9 cabras alimentadas con alfalfa; 4 de ellas obraron como testigos y las 5 restantes fueron sometidas a la ingestion de hojas de I.
He is believed to be in a serious condition in the intensive care unit of the Infanta Margarita Hospital in Cabra.
Since May 2005, the four varieties of cheese spread, Azul, Cabra, Semi Curado and Camembert have been available on the Spanish market.
Cabra Buck was a 2-1 favourite for the second heat ahead of Glenanore Dancer and they finished in that order.
Galvin had been warned in 2008 that the properties in Cabra Park in Dublin and Phibsboro Road were far below acceptable safety standards.
Det Garda Kevin Keys told Judge James Faughnan at Dublin District Court that de Oliveira, of Cabra Park, was arrested at her flat yesterday and subsequently charged, after which she "made no reply".
This strong stayer raced away to win by five and a half lengths from Cabra Millie in 28.
The men, aged between 20 and 40, were held for questioning at Cabra Garda station.
The Cabra man was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, while the bridge at Fassaugh was renamed in his in 2006.