Synonyms for tobercurry or Related words with tobercurry

leyny              kilmacteige              tirerrill              cloonoghil              glennamaddy              dunkellin              kilmacallan              tireragh              carrigallen              ballymoe              rossinver              rosclogher              ballynakill              kiltartan              clonmacnowen              tiaquin              kilmactranny              killasnet              templetogher              kilbegnet              killoscobe              cloonclare              enniskeen              kilshalvy              ballintober              trughanacmy              clanmaurice              drumahaire              kilcommock              shrule              clonlisk              killanummery              killinane              emlagh              ballynamuddagh              slievardagh              bawnboy              magunihy              emlaghfad              tullygarvey              ennistimon              killosolan              ballybritt              clondahorky              strokestown              ballynacourty              coshlea              shanid              kilcroan              killaraght             

Examples of "tobercurry"
It is the most direct route from Ballymote to Tobercurry.
This scheme consists of 14 km of 2+2 dual carriageway extending from the northern end of the Tobercurry bypass to the N4/N17 roundabout at Collooney.
Tubbercurry or Tobercurry () is the second-largest town in terms of both population and land area in County Sligo, Ireland. It lies at the foot of the Ox Mountains, on the N17 national primary road.
The R296 road is a regional road in County Sligo in the Ireland that runs from Ballymote to Quarryfield where it merges into R294 road from Gorteen to Tobercurry.
He was born 1835 in Tobercurry, County Sligo, the son of builder Henry Brett and was the brother of Charles Henry Brett. He was educated at Waterford Academy. Brett married Mary Josephine Brady around 1876 in Dublin and have a daughter and five sons. His last address was at 3 Alexandra Gardens, Fortwilliam Park, Belfast.
The scheme consists of approximately 25.7 km of 2+2 dual carriageway from the northern end of Knock Bypass to the southern end of the Tobercurry Bypass, and 15 km of single carriageway slip roads, side roads and link roads. The scheme bypasses both the towns of Kilkelly and Charlestown/ Bellahy and the village of Curry, following a route to the east of the existing N17.
The Sligo style, also referred to as Sligo/Roscommon style, is in general quite fast, flowing and ornamented. A good exponent of the Sligo style is Matt Molloy. Other players include Eddie Cahill (born 1929 in Ballyglass, Tobercurry), John Joe Gardiner (1893-1979) who came from near Ballymote, County Sligo, Carmel Gunning, Kevin Henry, Peter Horan, Paddy Hunt, Mick Loftus, June McCormack (won the Senior All-Ireland flute title in 1998), Josie McDermott, McDonagh brothers of Ballinafad, Sonny McDonagh, James Murray (South Sligo), Colm O'Donnell (from Kilmactigue), Seamus O'Donnell, Michael J Ryan, Roger Sherlock, Séamus Tansey.