Irish people

  1. people of Ireland or of Irish extraction
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How To Use Irish people In A Sentence

  • They survived the unknown hardships of war, only to perish while travelling to a job most Irish people would now turn their noses up at.
  • He belonged to a unique generation of Irish people whose strength and assurance lay in their ability to think for themselves.
  • Given her record of altruism and unselfish service to the Irish people we can be sure that is what she would wish.
  • I was years out of university before I discovered that most non-Irish people don't say "amn't", and years more before I found any Irish people who don't. On aren't I
  • She highlighted her concerns at how the Irish people were never consulted about signing up to an EU constitution.
  • Yet, as the survey itself reveals, most Irish people are relatively relaxed about these issues, believing that there's a time and a place for all three in broadcasting - after the 9pm watershed.
  • Not surprisingly, given our growing national devotion to mystical malarkey, Irish people are flocking to this supernatural health centre.
  • It offers an advice service to older Irish people who are living abroad and repatriates those who are anxious to return home.
  • The positive identification of the body means the bodies of all four Irish people lost in the disaster have been recovered.
  • In fact, Irish people are very nice, friendly and special people, affectioned towards their traditions and culture, and eager for conveying all this to the students in visit to their country. Study English in Ireland « Esl Articles « Articles « Literacy News
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