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Atlantis, the legendary island nation whose existence has caused controversy for thousands of years was actually Ireland, according to geographer Ulf Erlingson.  He said that just like Atlantis, Ireland is 300 miles long, 200 miles wide and widest across the middle. They both have a central plain surrounded by mountains.  Kevin Smith, Reuters News.

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Pat did some mysterious things for awhile like banging on pipes and then handed the good doctor his bill. A pipe burst in Dr. Sweeney’s house, so he called Pat, the plumber. Conway Mill Trust» A Wee Bit of Irish Humor.


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Such famous people as Daniel O’Connell, Charles Stewart Parnell, Eamon DeValera, Countess Markiewicz, Michael Collins, Maude Gonne Mac Bride and Brendan Behan are among those buried here. Dublin’s newest attraction is the museum at Glasnavin Cemetery. Conway Mill Trust» Conway Mill Trust News.


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In addition to serving as secretary of Conway Mill Trust, she is an active member and secretary of the local Pittsburgh, PA chapter of the Irish American Unity Conference. Sandy, a retired marketing professional, held various management positions during her 35-year banking career. Conway Mill Trust» Conway Mill Trust Volunteers. Her Irish roots are far-removed.


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The Conway Mill Trust Board has announced that it is creating a financial aid grant program designed to assist returning students to complete their high school equivalency certification. The program aims to help students 19 years of age and older who have not completed secondary education to achieve General Course Secondary Education certification.


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When my country takes her place among the nations of the earth, then, and not till then, let my epitath be written.. On September 20, 1803 Robert Emmet, leader of a failed rebellion, was executed in Dublin. His speech from the dock has become famous, “Let no man write my epitath. Conway Mill Trust» Historical Facts.