How to use Irish-sea in a sentence

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  • It is irregularly built on the shore of the Irish Sea and on the cliffs above, at the mouth of the river Ellen.

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  • On the shore of the Irish Sea is Leasowe Castle, once known as Mock-Beggar Hall, and supposed to have been erected by the earls of Derby in the reign of Elizabeth, in order to witness the horse-races held here.

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  • Thin high cloud thickened during the morning with frontal cloud over Ireland moving into the Irish Sea.

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  • It has been claimed that the Irish Sea is the most radioactively contaminated in the world.

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  • The latest flare-up over Sellafield involves the transport of two shipments of nuclear fuel from Japan to Britain through the Irish Sea.

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  • Inputs of artificial radionuclides into the Irish Sea are dominated by discharges from Sellafield on the Cumbrian coast.

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  • The resurgence of the Irish economy since the 1990s has also rejuvenated Irish Sea passenger and ro-ro traffic.

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  • The crossing of the Irish Sea took two days and Jenny was very seasick.

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  • A slow-moving cold front was sliding up the Irish Sea giving rain from Wick to Plymouth.

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  • The river Derwent enters the lake from the south and leaves it on the north, draining it through Bassenthwaite lake, to the Irish Sea.

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  • On the contrary, the North Sea, the British fringing seas (English Channel, Irish Sea and Minch), and the Gulf of St Lawrence cross the main lines of dislocation.

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  • In 1869 and 1870 this work was on the two sides of the Isthmus of Panama, which hindered the extended to the Irish Sea and Bay of Biscay in H.M.S.

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  • Dublin lies on the great central limestone district which stretches across the island from the Irish Sea to the Atlantic Ocean, and occupies both banks of the river Liffey.

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  • It lies on the western side of the elevation of Stanedge, which here forms the watershed between streams flowing westward to the Irish Sea and eastward to the North Sea.

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