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Though the palace was destroyed by fire sometime around 1200 B.

C., and that discovery is featured in The New York Times, in an article titled: A Warrior's Grave at Pylos, Greece, Could Be a Gateway to Civilizations.Hamed, who was acting as a throttleman for his brother Rashid, who was uninjured.A trophy was named in honour of him which is awarded to the highest placed oversea competitor at the Cowes-Torquay race.Safety personnel attended to both pilots at the scene.They were subsequently airlifted to a local hospital, where all efforts to resuscitate them were in vain.Nestor's has outlets at Fr Griffin Road, Oranmore, Ballybane and Doughiska. Joyce's managing director, Pat Joyce, said his company was "always open to exploring opportunities for growth".

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Victory Team is a government-owned offshore powerboat racing team and builder from the United Arab Emirates.

It is one of Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum's several business interests and is considered to be one of the most successful teams in the sport.

John Mulligan Cork-based Wisetek Solutions will size up more potential acquisitions in the United States and elsewhere after merging its US arm with a Washington DC-based company, according to founder and CEO Sean Sheehan.

This gold ring with a Cretan bull-jumping scene was one of four solid-gold rings found in the tomb.

In 1993, during the Class 1 World Championship, held at Ischia, in the Tyrrhenian sea, one of its boat, driven by Saeed Al Tayer and Felix Serralles, in an attempt to overtake their teammates Khalfan Harib and Ed Colyer, went wide and crashed into jury's boat that had drifted onto the course, sinking it instantly, instantly killing the boat owner Francesco Rando and an 18-year-old boy who was on the boat, where he died from injuries after being taken to hospital.