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As a result of the Agreement, the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland was amended. The British Isles are separated from the European continent by the North Sea and the English Channel. It can be served in a bap (a soft bread bun), on its own, or with chips. Young people are expected to abstain from sex until after they are married in a religious ceremony in a church. She said it was "sensible" for the public in Great Britain to be vigilant, but said the threat level should "not affect how we go about our daily lives".

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