School: Snaidhm (C.) (roll number 11799)

Sneem, Co. Kerry
Mrs Palmer

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to let him go and he would give it to him and the man was foolish enough to do so but he never again saw the Leprachaun.

Which key is the hardest to turn?
(A donkey)
A jumper of ditches, a leaper of thorns a little grey man with two leather horns — A hare
It is black, tis white and tis read all over —
(A newspaper)
I have a little sister she sits near the ditch and if you'll go near she'll you the itch —
(A nettle)
Black and white went over the hill black came back and white stayed still —
(A hen laying an egg)
Little miss petticoat with the white petticoat the longer she stands the smaller she grows —
(A Candle)
Tis not inside the house nor outside the house bit tis in the house — A Window
A big bodied mother, a thin legged father three little brothers and they all of one colour —
(An oven)
As round as a marble as deep as a cup and all the King's army could not lift it up —

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