The target at Moate
was developed by Minco's in-house geological team who successfully predicted the presence of the zinc-lead deposits at Pallas Green.
They ordered Moate
to serve an extra four weeks in prison as punishment for wasting the court's time.
Even when we announce the people we call primary voyagers, we go out and say we still have some space on this vessel so others can come on board and do their science at the same time," The Australia quoted Moate
The winning Cosmopolitan Housing Association team show off their trophy (left to right) Karl Harnwell, Chris Roberts, Neil Jones and Jon Moate
From left, Nicholas Moate
of Midven, Vito Levi d'Ancona, chief executive of Phasor Solutions, and Richard Mayo, CTO, Phasor Solutions, examine a prototype of the new high-speed mobile broadband antenna during assembly
Paddy Dunning, owner of Grouse Lodge played host to the pop icon when he moved into the Georgian estate at Rosemount, just off the Dublin-Galway road near Moate
After receiving a pass from Taylor, Pierce scooted a sharp bouncer past Moate
to make it 3-1.
Other officers and directors inducted by Sixth Circuit Judge Nancy Moate
Ley included: President-elect Michael J.
A joint venture to explore for base metals on the Moate
licence in the midlands of Ireland has been agreed between four companies.
ability of premises at: Earl Street, Longford, Co Longford; Main Street, Maynooth, County Kildare; 66 Main Street, Middleton, County Cork; 111 Main Street, Bray, County Wicklow; Haggard Street, Trim, County Meath; Church View, Main Street, Ratoath, County Meath; Main Street, Arvagh, County Cavan; Bridge Street, Kilcock, County Kildare; Main Street, Bagnelstown, County Carlow; The Square, Templemore, County Tipperary; 9 Thomas Street, Sligo, County Sligo; 27 Pearse St Mullingar, County Westmeath; Main Street, Moate
, County Westmeath; 15 Cathedral St.
Jailing three of the gang, Recorder Richard Wright QC said he was satisfied Ernest Moate
and Dean Harding played the leading roles in the operation, with Harding the main thief supported by Moate
and another man, Richard MacInnes.
Although the IRA men initially escaped capture, they returned and opened fire again, causing the death of Irish Army soldier Patrick Kelly, 35, from Moate
, Co Westmeath.