School: Árd Raithín (roll number 6260)

Ardrahan, Co. Galway
Tomás S. Ó Meadhra
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0036, Page 0269

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  1. If a funeral is in three parts three more will soon follow.
    When you are going on a journey you should never turn back because you will have to turn back three times.
    People say that a hare is not right because people who have devilment usually turns themselves into hares.
    You should not be talking passing a Lios.
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      1. belief (~391)
        1. folk belief (~2,535)