School: Cill Chuana (roll number 12782)

Location:
Kilcoona, Co. Galway
Teacher:
Liam Ó Conáin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0022, Page 0069

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cé mhéad adharc é sin ar mo cham poc". Simon Nalty and his poc how many horns stand up. If that girl would have three of her fingers up and the other girl not to guess that she would have to stay on her knees until she would guess the right number.

Around the green gravel the grass Wally, Wally, wallflowers growing up so high all pretty maidens standing in a row, one with a fiddle. one with a drum, one with a pancake tied to its gum. Who is the last to fall down?

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All the girls would stand in a line and one of them would give the name of a bird to each girl. There would be two girls standing out for guessing. Then when the girl that gave out the birds would say "All the birds in the air, all the fishes in the sea wouldn't point"

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