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(Hist.) the limits or territory in Eastern Ireland within which alone the English conquerors of Ireland held dominion for a long period after their invasion of the country by Henry II in 1172. See note, below.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The signature craft beer will be an English Pale Ale with a hint of red developed by Wynwood Brewing Company and sold throughout the Scarlet Lady and featured in its onboard tap room the Draught Haus.
Appropriately called Our Hero, the traditional English pale ale is to be unveiled on Monday, April 8, at The Grey Horse pub, Sherburn Terrace, Consett with a talk by Glenn.
Those styles are an IPA, a blonde ale, a milk stout, a gose, a Berliner weisse, and an English pale ale, known as an extra special bitter beer.
4 BASTION PALE ALE Ferry Ales 3.9% Pale Ale This English Pale Ale is pale copper in colour and has a balanced malt and hop profile giving a bitter sweet taste with some fruit and biscuit flavours.
The microbrewery entered the "free from" market in February when it first started producing gluten-free beer for drinkers unable to enjoy traditional beers, making its two beers - Alt Brew No.01 Bavarian Style Pilsner and Alt brew No.02 English Pale Ale - with grains such as rice, millet and quinoa instead of barley.
CLONMEL: Good 4.25: GUITAR GEORGE (K C Sexton, 6-1) 1; Balinaboola Steel (16-1) 2; English Pale (8-1) 3.
There You Go could secure the three mile handicap hurdle, while in the opener, English Pale is taken to build on an encouraging second at Naas.
The eleven selections that make up the main body of the text are devoted to English government in late medieval Ireland, English born men in Ireland from the mid fifteenth through the mid sixteenth century, the economy and urban hierarchy of the English Pale from 1377 to 1534, Thomas Jones and the failure of religious reform in late Elizabethan Meath, and a wide variety of other related subjects.