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Definition of the noun Slane

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noun - plural: slanes

  1. (Anglo-Irish) a spade for cutting turf or peat, consisting of an iron flat-bladed head and a long wooden shaft

Place

Slane is a village in County Meath, in Ireland. The village stands on a steep hillside on the left bank of the River Boyne at the intersection of the N2 and the N51. In 2006 Slane's population was 1,099, having grown from 823 in 2002. The population of the village and the surrounding rural area was 1,587 in 2006, up from 1,336 in 2002. The village centre dates from the 18th century. The village and surrounding area contains many historic sites dating back over 5,000 years.

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Google previewDepartment circular (1922)

by United States. Dept. of Agriculture

The wing slane is a spade with a blade 12 inches ...

Google previewThe geography of the British Isles (1834)

by Mary Martha Rodwell

Slane is a pleasant village on the river Boyne, on the banks of which are some extensive flour-mills, and about half a mile from this place is a fine ruin of its Abbey and the hermitage, which are supposed to have been founded by Eirr, a Bishop ...

Google previewLeigh's New Pocket Road-Book of Ireland ... on the plan of Reichard's Itineraries, etc. [Edited by C. C. Hamilton.] (1827)

by Samuel LEIGH (Publisher.)

SLANE is a village and post station of ...

Google previewLeigh's New Pocket Road-book of Ireland (1827)

On the Plan of Reichard's Itineraries Containing an Account of All the Direct and Cross Roads : Together with a Description of Every Remarkable Place by Charles Claude Hamilton

SLANE is a village and post station of ...

Google previewThe Geography of the British Isles, Interspersed with ... Historical Facts and Biographical Sketches, Etc (1834)

by Mary Martha Rodwell

Slane is a pleasant village on the river Boyne, on the banks of which are some extensive flour-mills, and about half a mile from this place is a fine ruin of its Abbey and the hermitage, which are supposed to have been founded by Eirr, a Bishop ...

Google previewThe Bonhoeffer Legacy

Post-Holocaust Perspectives by Stephen R. Haynes

Bonhoeffer after Auschwitz”;12 and Craig Slane refers to Bonhoeffer as “a Holocaust . . . figure.

Google previewCollaboration in Tourism Businesses and Destinations (2015)

A Handbook by Dogan Gursoy, Melville Saayman, Marios Sotiriadis

Slane is a planned manorial village and is home to just over 1000 people (Slane Local Area Plan, 2009). Much of the architecture in the village dates back to the 18th century with four Georgian houses dominating the centre cross-roads.

Google previewPapers and Transactions (1892)

by Joseph Jacobs, Alfred Trübner Nutt

a pre-eleventh-century story — Aed Slane is a sixth-century Irish king), and translated by Professor Windisch (Berichte der phil.-hist. Classe der Kg. Sâchs. Gesell- schaft der Wiss., 1884), and in that of Conchobor (text and translation by ...

Google previewIndustrial and Manufacturing Chemistry (1918)

A Practical Treatise. Inorganic by Geoffrey Martin, George William Clough

Cornislr slane is a granitic rock, occurring chiefly in Cornwall, which is rich in felspathic material of a sufliciently fusible nature to make it the best flux for the earthenware manufacturer. Its composition resembles a mixture of orthoclase felspar ...

Google previewIreland (2008)

by Fionn Davenport

Slane is a convenient base for Newgrange, located 6km east. Orientation Slane is perched on a hillside at the junction of the N2 and N51, some 15km west of Drogheda. To the south, at the bottom of the hill, the Boyne glides by under a narrow ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Hiberno-English (2004)

The Irish Use of English by T. P. Dolan

slane /Jb:n/, /Jle:n/ ...

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