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Numerology information Donard:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Donard:
A person with a mental or physical disability, they usually travel in packs...in wheelchairs or in the infamous cheese and onion bus. The cheese and onion bus is a slang term for a bus full or retards. Word derrives from a school in Banbridge, Northern Ireland. This was a 'special' school which got burned down by local pikeys who cannot be named...DEVVLINNN
(friend)...Is there something wrong with that guy, hes foaming at the mouth? (other friend)....Yea, he's hanndicapped. (friend) He's a donard !!!!
Songs about Donard:
Slieve Donard by Daniel Barkley from the Album Watershed
Books about Donard:
Donard Anthology by Mike Graham (Jan 14, 2007)
The National 3 Peaks Walk: Including Information on the 4th Peak Slieve Donard Northern Ireland by Brian Gordon Smailes (Jan 1, 2009)
Le guide de dressage de Jean-Marie Donard
Transmission Line Matrix [TLM] in Computational Mechanics by de Cogan, Donard, O'Connor, William J., Pulko, Susan... (Jan 2, 0005)
The National 3 Peaks Walk: Including Information on the 4th Peak Slieve Donard Northern Ireland by Smailes, Brian... (0100)
The National 3 Peaks Walk: Including Information on the 4th Peak Slieve Donard Northern Ireland by Smailes. Brian... (0100)
Glory of Donard: History of the Slieve Donald Nursery, Newcastle, County Down by E. Charles Nelson and Evelyn Deane (Dec 1993)
Wiki information Donard:
Slieve Donard is an 850-metre mountain in County Down, Northern Ireland. Part of the Mourne Mountains, it is the highest peak in Northern Ireland and in the wider province of Ulster. It is also the 19th highest peak on the island of Ireland. Slieve...
Donard is a small village in County Wicklow, Ireland, located at the northern end of the Glen of Imaal, in the western part of the Wicklow Mountains. Donard takes its name from Dún Ard - High Fort - the ruins of which are still somewhat visible on a...