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Ever. (And calling it that is some parts of the Republic could cost you your kneecaps.) The difference is in the names: United KINGDOM - the official head of state there is the Queen, Elizabeth II, who inherited the title by virtue of birth. It might possibly be because we haven’t had eight weeks of rioting, intense or otherwise, in Belfast. BC) brought their energetic Iron Age culture to Britain. Serves a hefty, but far from the best, traditional Ulster breakfast (bacon, sausage, egg, fried bread, soda bread etc).

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Publisher: Ordnance Survey; 2nd edition (March 15, 2001)

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