Meath County in Leinster province, e Republic of Ireland; the county town is Trim. A fertile, low-lying region, it is drained by the rivers Boyne and Blackwater. Cereal crops and potatoes are grown, and cattle are reared. Industries: textiles, paper-milling. Area: 2338sq km (903sq mi). Pop. (1996) 109,732.
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