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When the American colonies revolted in the 1770s, the Ascendency wrested multiple concessions to strengthen its power. Even so, a number older speakers (particularly in the remoter parts of the Dales, the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Wolds, do still preserve some of these Old Northern vowels. Jazz guitarist Ronan has quickly made a name for himself on the UK jazz scene. I remember even on sunny days, you wore a great wide hat, your eyes in darkness under the cool verandah. Outside of Ireland, Irish food is often mistakenly thought to consist of nothing more than potatoes and mutton.

Pages: 180

Publisher: Soho Press; First edition (September 1990)

ISBN: 0939149427

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