Example sentences for: ireland

How can you use “ireland” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Souvenirs: The shops at the Book of Kells exhibition and The Viking Adventure carry large, comprehensive collections, and there are a number of shops on Nassau Street that carry affordable reminders of Ireland.

  • Referring in an editorial Thursday to the "firestorm of anger and revulsion" that had followed the recent bombing in Omagh, Northern Ireland, the paper said that this "new crackdown, so late in the day, smacks of over-reaction."

  • In London, the left-wing tabloid Daily Mirror said that Trimble, the first minister-designate of a new devolved Northern Ireland government (which was supposed to have been formed, but wasn't, at Thursday's chaotic inaugural meeting of the provincial parliament in Belfast), should give his prize back to the Swedes.

  • The Irish Times went on, "Nationalists have swallowed the bitter truth that there will be no united Ireland in the foreseeable future and if it comes, it will only happen with the consent of a majority in Northern Ireland.

  • The front pages of most European newspapers were dominated Monday with the standoff in Northern Ireland between the Protestant Orange Order and the British government, which used police and troops to prevent Orangemen from marching through a Roman Catholic quarter of Drumcree Sunday.


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