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1. The vendor was a venerable Irishman.
2. No Irishman could hope to equal a Sicilian for cunning.
3. The big Irishman with the Immigration badge looked at him.
4. " I must be the only Irishman who don't take the booze, " he said.
5. The award winning Hot Irishman is hand crafted using the finest columbian coffee, dark brown sugar and mellow Irish Whiskey.
6. As the stereotypically thick-headed Irishman remarked when asked the way to the railway station: ''Well, I wouldn't start from here.
7. Three guys, a scotsman, an englishman, and an irishman are in prison.
8. You can spot an Irishman or a Yorkshireman by his brogue.
9. He is an Irishman to the backbone.
10. The big Irishman was on the verge of losing his cool.
11. Have you heard the one about the Irishman, the Englishman and the American?
12. They passed the young Irishman, who looked after them with envious eyes.
13. And the Irishman reckons the Spaniard has "messed up completely" by allowing his side to fall off the pace in the Premier League while they still face European elimination.
14. Pat O? Burke was a poor Irishman with a large family.
15. He was a dapper little Irishman, very vain, homely as a monkey.
16. Have you heard the one about the Englishman, the Irishman and the Scotsman?
17. For our selection of the greatest captains, we start in the Matt Busby era with the first Irishman to achieve success and two of the legendary trio of Best, Charlton and Law.
18. " Oh, Pa,'she said disgustedly, " you talk like an Irishman! ".
19. Offensive Slang Used as a disparaging term for an Irishman.
20. An Englishman is never happy but when he is miserable, a Scotchman never at home but when he is abroad, and an Irishman never at peace but when he is fighting.
21. The great thing about this was I was playing an Irishman brogue, very specific in Dublin.
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22. Hong Kong liked this daring cold - blooded Boston Irishman.
23. Sun Li will work alongside Hong Kong veteran Tony Leung Ka Fai, Canadian actor Luke MacFarlane, and Irishman Peter O'Toole.
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