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Dermot Curtis

He pounds his walking stick on the bar, as Dermot Fahy (Ken Curtis) starts playing an Irish ballad - "The Wild Colonial Boy" on his accordion for all to sing.

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HARBOUR AUTHORITY ANNOUNCES NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE
infrastructure renewal and expansion. “GVHA's Board of Directors is pleased to welcome Curtis Grad,” said. Dermot Loughnane, Acting Chair.
Natural Environment Technology Human Systems Marine Terrestrial
Transport. Theme Coordinator: Mark Robinson. Energy.
Club_Contacts_ 2011
Dermot Lawler 086-8498324. Ballykelly. Dermot Lawler 086-8498324.
THE GUILD OF AIR PILOTS AND AIR NAVIGATORS
One of those was Liveryman Lettice Curtis, arguably ATA legend: Liveryman Lettice Curtis is presented ... CAS (Sir Dermot Boyle), the Minister of.
DOI: 10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.105.568626 2005;112;2716-2724
R. Daniel Rudic, Peter McNamara, Dermot Reilly, Tilo Grosser, Anne-Marie Curtis,.

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The Joy of Six: Republic of Ireland football moments
They did so with a 5-1 win at Wembley during qualification for the 1958 World Cup, Tommy Taylor scoring a hat-trick, John Atyeo pitching in with the other two, Dermot Curtis netting Ireland's consolation.

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Dermot Curtis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dermot Curtis (26 August 1932 – 1 November 2008) was a former Irish international footballer. He represented his country 17 times, playing at centre- forward.
Republic of Ireland 1958 World Cup Qualifying Campaign : Group 1
Dermot Curtis, the Bristol City centre forward opened the scoring halfway through Ireland scored a goal in the second half through another Dermot Curtis goal.
Interviewees « Shelbourne FC: Red Reminiscences
He recalls the exciting atmosphere of matches in the 1950s and 1960s, and great players such as Dermot Curtis and Ben Hannigan.
Republic of Ireland Senior Internationals | Football Association of
Exeter City
Middle row: John Corr, Dermot Curtis, Mike Balson, Peter Shearing, Brian Sharples, John Kirkham, Keith Harvey, Bert Edwads (trainer).

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