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Munster is represented by three crowns on a blue background. If it is just islands off North-West Europe how come the Faroe Islands is not included or Iceland? A drink generally means beer, either lager or stout. England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland C. The new Act created an Ireland which was much more independent than it would have been under pure Home Rule, and certainly much more independent than the bit of Ireland ruled by the Northern Ireland government. The balance of payments deficit, after improving in the late 1960s, had worsened.

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Publisher: Stationery Office Books (August 14, 2001)

ISBN: 0339400420

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