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School: Donabate (B.)

Donabate, Co. Dublin
L. Ó Briain

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0789, Page 287

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When Lord Howth puts on his hat Finegal may well be ware of that.

Sar a bit of him did it.
They wept as bitterly as the nuns of Grace Dieu.
When March winds begin to blow Burrow dwellers prepare to sow.
"He's is no Daw"
Beware of stormy weather wild geese are coming hither.
He is over yonder.
It is freezing bulldogs
Where are you going ans no bell on your bicycle
I saw him fornent the school

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