What county in Ireland sounds like a distant part of another county?
Westmeath, which is a separate county to the neighbouring county of Meath.
Can sounds from past be heard some people say sound never dies because its energy so is it possible to hear maria malibran in future?
No, it is impossible to hear sounds from the distant past. Sound travels in a wave through the molecules of air or water (or any other "medium"). As it travels, it eventually disperses energy to the point that it is indistinguishable from the natural vibration of atoms. It IS possible to hear unintended recordings of sound from the distant past
The basic food crop of Ireland was potatoes. There was a "Potato Famine" from 1845 to 1852 caused by a blight that devastated the potato crops nationwide in Ireland. Over a million Irish starved to death, and a huge immigration to the USA by over a million Irish followed, looking for another place to start over, and work to earn money to eat, as simplistic as that sounds.
My girlfriend of 3 months introduces me to her son and parent but acts as the following misses my calls acts distant after she goes out and acts garded Why?
According to the Mayo Clinic web site the Mayo brothers were Protestant. They worked with Catholic nuns in the beginning in Rochester so I think people assumed they must have been Catholic as well.Also, the name Mayo sounds like the family would be Irish as there is a county Mayo in Ireland. The father of the Mayo brothers immigrated from England, however.
I think my boyfriend is a narcissist. He is emotionally distant. when I express my feelings and concerns he simply tells me he loves me and I'm beautiful. He lies. He flips and cries when I'm distant.?
He sounds more like he has issues he needs to deal with than narcissistic. He also sounds very insecure. If you love him and want to help him, choose a relaxed time, reassure him that you love him and ask him what's wrong. If he cannot express what he is feeling to you, suggest speaking to a professional.
About 44, give or take depending on your accent. For example, Cockneys pronounce the word "bottle" with a glottal stop for the double t. Glottal stops are not included in the 44 sounds. On the other hand, sometimes vowels sounds can merge, so that some English speakers do not use some of the sounds. For example, in Canada and parts of the United States, Scotland and Ireland, the word "cot" is pronounced like the word…
Elephants have a wide variety of noises, including trumpeting with their trunks, but also make low rumbling sounds with their vocal cords (not their "tummy") that are subsonic and can travel for miles through the ground (they're seismic"). The sounds can be heard by other, distant, elephants through their feet and trunks. These low frequency noises are called 'infrasound'.
The location of Cork in Ireland is the source of the headline, but it sounds as if the man was "made of cork," which floats, so drowning should not have occurred. Another similar headline featured the town of Waterproof (in Louisiana), and said "Waterproof homes destroyed by heavy rains." (A levee broke and they were washed away.)