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Irish Mist
   tastes of   
Irish Whiskey
Notre Dame
   has the   
Fighting Irish
South Bend, Indiana
Irish
   is an official language of   
Ireland
Ollipeist
   is   
An Irish Dragon Who Fled to Escape from St Patrick
Ploughed a furrow with his tail that is now the Shannon Valley.
Irish Turkey
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Isle of Man
   can be described as   
The Jewel of the Irish Sea
The Irish Forgive Their Great Men
      
When They Are Safely Buried
Many an Irish Property Was Increased by
      
The Lace of a Daughter's Petticoat
An Irish Terrier
   is classed as a   
Terrier
1885--Aileen
An Irish Wolfhound
   is classed as a   
Hound
1897--Ailbe
An Irish Water Spaniel
   is classed as a   
Gundog
1878--Bob
Irish Stew
   comes from   
Ireland
The quintessential Irish dish, Irish stew can provoke heated discussion among people in Ireland about its ingredients. They do vary a lot from recipe to recipe, but all are agreed that the meat is always lamb (or mutton) and there must be onions and potatoes.
Molly MacGuires, Sein Fein, IRA
   are all   
Irish Resistance Groups
Peruvian Anchovies, Newfoundland Cod, Irish Sea Sole, Sea Bass
   are all   
Fish in Danger of Being Over-Fished
Green, White and Red Are the Colours of the Irish Flag
   is   
False
Green, white and orange
Grace O'Malley
   is known as an   
Irish Chieftain and Pirate
C.1530-c.1603
Harp, Macardle’s, Beamish, Guinness
   are all   
Irish Beers
The Corrs, U2, Thin Lizzy
   are all   
Irish Bands
Lava, Dove, Dial, Irish Spring
   are all   
Brands of Bar Soap
Irish €2
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish €1
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 50c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 20c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 10c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 5c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 2c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 1c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
1919
      
The Irish Volunteers Were Renamed the Irish Republican Army
2005
      
The EU Recognised Irish As a Working Language
An Irish Setter
   is classed as   
Sporting
An Irish Terrier
   is classed as   
Terrier
An Irish Water Spaniel
   is classed as   
Sporting
An Irish Wolfhound
   is classed as   
Hound
Exploris - An Exploration of the Irish Sea
   is found in   
Northern Ireland
Portaferry Aquaria
There Are More Irish in New York City Than in Dublin, Ireland
   is   
True
Irish Wolfhound
      

Apple
   has a variety named   
Kerry Irish Pippin
William Butler Yeats
   wrote   
An Irish Airman Foresees His Death
"I know that I shall meet my fate Somewhere among the clouds above …"
Somerville and Ross
   wrote   
Some Experiences of an Irish R.M.
"An Irish Evening"
   was released by   
The Chieftains
1993 - Best Traditional Folk Album
Sidney Littlewood
   said   
"The Irish Don't Know What They Want and Are Prepared to Fight to the Death to Get It"
President of the Middlesex Law Society
John Millington Synge
   said   
"There is No Language Like the Irish for Soothing and Quieting"
Irish playwright
Son
   is missing from the title of   
Irish ___
Brian McFadden (2004)
She Demons (1958)
   starred   
Irish McCalla, Tod Griffin and Victor Sen Yung
Director: Richard E. Cunha. Also starred Rudolph Anders, Gene Roth & Leni Tana. Plot: Heroic, but dull, Fred Maklin (Griffin) and beautiful, but spoiled, Jerrie Turner (McCalla) wash up on an uncharted tropical island...
Potsheen
   describes   
Irish Moonshine
Potato-based, of course
Irish Sea
   is located in the   
Atlantic Ocean
Irish Draught
   originated in   
Ireland
The Irish Independent
   is published in   
Ireland
Ireland's largest selling daily newspaper, published in both compact and broadsheet formats.
The Irish Times
   is published in   
Ireland
National paper. Circulation: 117,370
An Appointment With Mr Yeats
   featured   
An Irish Airman Foresees His Death
2011






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