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IREIreland
IREInvestigative Reporters and Editors, Inc.
IREInstitute for Research and Evaluation (Salt Lake City, UT)
IREInstitute of Radio Engineers (old name for IEEE)
IREInvestment Related Expenses (various organizations)
IREIron Responsive Element
IREInformation Retrieval Engine
IREInternational Rental Exhibition (trade show)
IREInnovating Regions in Europe (European Commission)
IREInstitutional Real Estate (various organizations)
IREIndefinitely Reinvested Earnings
IREInterRegioExpress (German railway)
IREInternational Review of Education
IREInformation Resource Engineering
IREInstitut National des Radioéléments
IREInternal Reflection Element
IREImpairment Rating Evaluation
IREImaginación Racional Emotiva (Spanish: Rational Emotive Imagination; psychology)
IREInstitute for Regional Education
IREInternal Reconnection Event
IREInternational Radio Engineers
IREInter-Continental Rubber Exchange (Index)
IREInfrastructure Renewals Expenditure
IREIonizing Radiation Effects
IREInitial Response Element
IREInstitute for Railroad Engineering
IREImmediate Ready Element
IREInternational Respiratory Epidemiology
IREInstitute of Royal Engineers
IREInertial Reference Electronics
IREInternational Review of Entrepreneurship (Senate Hall Academic Publishing)
IREInspection Régionale de l'Elevage (French: Regional Livestock Inspection; Sénégal)
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so considerate!But however, she is so far from well, that her kind friends the Campbells think she had better come home, and try an air that always agrees with her; and they have no doubt that three or four months at Highbury will entirely cure her and it is certainly a great deal better that she should come here, than go to Ireland, if she is unwell.
He devoted some of his very numerous pamphlets to defending the Irish, and especially the English who formed the governing class in Ireland, against oppression by England.
'The Drapier's [i.e., Draper's, Cloth-Merchant's] Letters,' in which Swift aroused the country to successful resistance against a very unprincipled piece of political jobbery whereby a certain Englishman was to be allowed to issue a debased copper coinage at enormous profit to himself but to the certain disaster of Ireland. 'A Modest Proposal,' the proposal, namely, that the misery of the poor in Ireland should be alleviated by the raising of children for food, like pigs, is one of the most powerful, as well as one of the most horrible, satires which ever issued from any human imagination.
"Yes--to Ireland. I have spoken my mind, and can go anywhere now."
'Is he going to take that horrid woman with him to Ireland?' 'Not he!
(the secret anxiety of my mind excepted); but when I received this letter I looked pleasantly again, and told my landlady that I had received a letter from my spouse in Ireland, that I had the good news of his being very well, but had the bad news that his business would not permit him to come away so soon as he expected, and so I was like to go back again without him.
The board has specially created this role to oversee the Ireland talent pathway programme.
Northern Ireland (part of the UK, and thus on its way out of the EU) is geographically isolated from the rest of the UK, but shares an island with the Republic of Ireland (an EU and eurozone member).
He was a winner against New Zealand in the autumn and a big player for Ireland when they beat England last month.
Dairy Ireland is currently 100% owned by Glanbia plc and is comprised of two business units, Glanbia Consumer Foods Ireland and Glanbia Agribusiness.