New Ireland

  1. an island in the Bismarck Archipelago; part of Papua New Guinea
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  • Eight pieces from New Ireland in Papua New Guinea will be at the collection's heart. Oceanic Art's captivating collection
  • The inhabitable areas of New Ireland are comparatively small and confined to the temperate-zone areas adjacent to the single major sea. THE MOAT AROUND MURCHESON'S EYE
  • New Ireland" helps me to understand the quarrel of the younger men in Ireland with the Irish Parliamentary party -- but I must, and do, read the "Freeman" as well. The Free Press
  • Courtesy of Sotheby's New Ireland figure of man with outstretched arms (circa 1880s-1890s). Oceanic Art's captivating collection
  • There is no quick fix nationalist route to a "New Ireland". Slugger O'Toole
  • Of these latter, only a small number remained in Arkansas, the rest going to Iowa, where they established a colony known as "New Ireland". The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent
  • The narrow Vitiaz Strait separates the Huon Peninsula of northeastern New Guinea from the island chain known as the Bismarck Archipelago, which is dominated by two islands: New Britain and New Ireland (both exceed 400 kilometers (km) in length). New Britain-New Ireland montane rain forests
  • The two main islands of the Bismarck Archipelago, New Ireland and New Britain, are mountainous, with peaks exceeding 2,000 meters. Biological diversity in the East Melanesian Islands
  • New Ireland carvings have long fascinated artists and collectors. Oceanic Art's captivating collection
  • We blackbirded from the New hebrides and the Line Islands over to the westward, clear through the Louisiades, New Britain, New Ireland, and New Hanover. The Heathen
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