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Yet dearer still that Irish hill than all the world beside;
It's home, sweet home, where'er I roam, through lands and waters
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More luck to honest poverty,
It claims respect, and a' that;
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Ireland, as distinct from her people, is nothing to me; and the man who is bubbling over with love and enthusiasm for "Ireland," a ...
Irish Catholics are more interested in the rosary beads than in the rosary ...
I went to a very militantly Republican grammar school and, under its influence, began to revolt against the Establishment, on the ...
Irish Americans are about as Irish as black Americans are African.
Good luck is the gayest of all gay girls;
Long in one place, she will not stay:
But Madame Bad Luck soberly comes
And stays--no fancy has she for flitting;
And in spite of everything, Ireland remains the brain of the Kingdom. The English, judiciously practical and ponderous, furnish th ...
"Dubliner" seems to me to have some meaning and I doubt whether the same can be said for such words as "Londoner" and "Parisian" b ...
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