School: Páirc Íseal (B.) (roll number 295)

Lowpark, Co. Mayo
Seán Ó Caiside

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0117, Page 43

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I see it every day. the king seldom sees it and God never sees it.
His Equal
Why does a clock and a river resemble each other?
Because neither of them will go without winding.
Flies high, lies low, wears shoes and has none. A football.
It comes in black and goes out white.
A sod of turf
What is the greatest conundrum in the world
Life because everybody has to give it up
A duck before two ducks a duck behind two ducks. How many ducks altogether.
Three ducks
What does a ship

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