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The Ray D'Arcy Show - Awards
... D'Arcy always maintains that this should be seen as a group award, and that credit should be shared with Jenny Kelly, Mairead Farrell and producer Will Hanafin, who also contributes to presenting the show ... In 2008 D'Arcy was beaten by his namesake Ray Foley who launched a daily campaign to dethrone him ... In 2006 The Ray D'Arcy Show won the Community/Social Action award at the PPI Irish Radio Awards for their work in highlighting road safety problems and deaths on the roads in Ireland ...
List Of 100 Bullets Characters - The Trust - Notable Members - Joan D'Arcy
... The head of the Chicago-based House of D'Arcy was alleged to be allied to the House of Medici ... wake of the elimination of eight Trust families, Joan D'Arcy approached retired Minuteman Will Slaughter to perform hits on Abe Rothstein, a covert ops specialist who assisted Agent Graves with intelligence ...
Count Patrick D'Arcy
... Count Patrick D'Arcy ((1725-09-27)September 27, 1725 – October 18, 1779(1779-10-18)) was an Irish mathematician and soldier ... Born at Kiltullagh House, County Galway, D'Arcy was a descendant of the Irish Confederate Patrick D'Arcy (1598–1668), his parents were John D'Arcy and Jane Lynch (a daughter of Sir Robert Blosse ... he was sent to France under the care of his uncle, Martin D'Arcy, a banker in Paris ...
List Of The Den Characters - Generation II - Ted
... Ted was a running in-joke between Dempsey/D'Arcy and Zig and Zag ... Later, a running joke where Ray D'Arcy wrestled with him was introduced, which involved the (quite large) stuffed toy being hurled at D'Arcy (whether he was expecting it or not), who then ... D'Arcy himself admitted on his radio show that Ted only tended to attack on days when he was hungover or not feeling the best ...
Charles D'Arcy - Marriage and Family
... In 1889, D'Arcy married Harriet Le Byrtt Lewis, daughter of Richard Lewis of Comrie, County Down, and they had one son and three daughters ... Mrs D'Arcy died of a heart attack during a cruise to the West Indies in the summer of 1932 ... Their son, John Conyers D'Arcy, Royal Artillery, fought in both World Wars and ended his career as the Commander of British forces in Palestine and Transjordan ...