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Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Edward Rutherfurd
#1. For the increase in the number of my Brennan cousins," Conall remarked dryly, "we must thank the potato. #Quote by Edward Rutherfurd
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Ireland Baldwin
#2. I've learned to treat celebrities as equals and just kind of meet them and admire their work, but I definitely could not breathe when I met Johnny Depp and James Franco. #Quote by Ireland Baldwin
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Bobby Sands
#3. The day will dawn when all the people of Ireland will have the desire for freedom to show. It is then we'll see the rising of the moon. #Quote by Bobby Sands
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Tamara Ireland Stone
#4. You seem to know how to articulate your feelings and share them with other human beings. I'm afraid my gift is the exact opposite; I'm skilled at holding everything in. #Quote by Tamara Ireland Stone
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Richard Flanagan
#5. In Tasmania, an island the size of Ireland whose primeval forests astonished 19th-century Europeans, an incomprehensible ecological tragedy is being played out. #Quote by Richard Flanagan
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Jenny B. Jones
#6. There's nothing you're searching for that can't be found in Ireland-God, good music, beautiful landscapes, wonderful food, maybe even parts of yourself. You just have to be brave enough to look. #Quote by Jenny B. Jones
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Ian Paisley
#7. It was amazing that I was ever elected. #Quote by Ian Paisley
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by W.B. Yeats
#8. The Celt, and his cromlechs, and his pillar-stones, these will not change much – indeed, it is doubtful if anybody at all changes at any time. In spite of hosts of deniers, and asserters, and wise-men, and professors, the majority still are adverse to sitting down to dine thirteen at a table, or being helped to salt, or walking under a ladder, of seeing a single magpie flirting his chequered tale. There are, of course, children of light who have set their faces against all this, although even a newspaperman, if you entice him into a cemetery at midnight, will believe in phantoms, for everyone is a visionary, if you scratch him deep enough. But the Celt, unlike any other, is a visionary without scratching. #Quote by W.B. Yeats
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Frank Delaney
#9. What I told you tonight - it isn't my story alone. It belongs to every Irish person living and dead. And every Irish person living and dead belongs to it. And to all the story of Ireland; blood and bones, legends, guns and dreams, Catholics, Protestants, England, horses and poets and lovers. #Quote by Frank Delaney
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Linda Weaver Clarke
#10. Cara sipped her juice and then said, "Talking about de-stressing oneself ... " She laughed softly. "You've got to see the River Dancing Festival tonight at the park. It's great entertainment. They might even teach you how to River Dance. Sometimes they do that.: #Quote by Linda Weaver Clarke
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Jack Kelly
#11. Three thousand additional troops from Ireland commanded #Quote by Jack Kelly
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Charles Haughey
#12. You know, I have a theory about Charlie Haughey. If you give him enough rope, he'll hang you. #Quote by Charles Haughey
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by John Boyne
#13. But this was Dublin, the nation's capital. The place of my birth and a city I loved at the heart of a country I loathed. A town filled with good-hearted innocents, miserable bigots, adulterous husbands, conniving churchmen, paupers who received no help from the State, and millionaires who sucked the lifeblood from it. #Quote by John Boyne
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Thomas Francis Meagher
#14. Judged by the law of England, I know this crime entails upon me the penalty of death; but the history of Ireland explains that crime and justifies it. #Quote by Thomas Francis Meagher
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Cathleen Falsani
#15. Grace to me is a little bit of extra help when you're feeling stuck or doomed or, probably, hopefully, out of good ideas on how to save yourself, and how to salvage the situation or the friendship or the whatever it is," Anne Lamott once told me. "I wish it was accompanied by harp music so you could know that's what was happening, but for me it's that extra pause or that extra breath or that extra minute's patience against all odds." On that first trip to Ireland, grace - the kick-in-the-pants, clarifying, cosmic-pause-button kind of grace - didn't just have a harp. It had an entire soundtrack ... #Quote by Cathleen Falsani
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Michael Lewis
#16. What happened was that everyone in Ireland had the idea that somewhere in Ireland there was a little wise old man who was in charge of the money, and this was the first time they'd ever seen this little man," says McCarthy. "And then they saw him and said, Who the fuck was that??? Is that the fucking guy who is in charge of the money??? That's when everyone panicked. #Quote by Michael Lewis
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Jeremy Hardy
#17. Northern Ireland is part of Ireland, not Britain, as can clearly be seen from aerial photographs. #Quote by Jeremy Hardy
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Shane Ross
#18. The politicians looked after the mandarins. The mandarins looked after the central bankers and the regulators. (The governor of the Central Bank was paid more in 2008 than the chairman of the US Federal Reserve, as was the chief executive of the Financial Regulator.) The Central Bankers looked after the bankers. The bankers looked after IBEC. And IBEC looked after the government. The circle of oligarchs was watertight. #Quote by Shane Ross
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by James Vincent McMorrow
#19. My first record was made in Termonfeckin, which is a small town on the north-east coast of Ireland. I had been in London, but it didn't click. So, at home, I didn't think about making something, just whether something could be made. There was no grand plan. #Quote by James Vincent McMorrow
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by W.C. Sellar
#20. Gladstone .. spent his declining years trying to guess the answer to the Irish Question; unfortunately, whenever he was getting warm, the Irish secretly changed the Question, ... #Quote by W.C. Sellar
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Tom Robbins
#21. Jerusalem was capital of southern Israel, known then as Judah. Isn't it true that there's always a rivalry between north and south? North and South Korea, North and South Vietnam, Northern and Southern Ireland, Yankees and Rebels, uptown and downtown. Somebody please tell me why that is? Maybe southerners get too much sun, like Mr. Sock over there, frying his threads, and northerners don't get enough (although I hardly think northern Israel a cool spot in the shade), but southern peoples
tropical and downtown types
always seem to lean toward decadence, whereas uptown, in the north, progress is favored. Decadence and progress obviously are at odds. #Quote by Tom Robbins
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Anonymous
#22. The earliest witch-trial in the British Isles shows animal sacrifice. In 1324 in Ireland Lady Alice Kyteler 'was charged to haue nightlie conference with a spirit called Robin Artisson, to whom she sacrificed in the high waie .ix. red cocks'.[610] #Quote by Anonymous
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Neil Jordan
#23. No, I just thought of a story and wrote down what I saw. It was about two kids in Ireland who went around killing people. It was called Travelers, and it was made as an independent film. #Quote by Neil Jordan
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Denis Leary
#24. My father left Ireland because he did not want to muck horse manure for the rest of his life, and he wanted to come to New York. #Quote by Denis Leary
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by George Bernard Shaw
#25. The heart of an Irishman is nothing but his imagination #Quote by George Bernard Shaw
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Maureen Johnson
#26. Some other facts I picked up:
Welsh is an actual, currently used language and our next-door neighbours Angela and Gaenor spoke it. It sounds like Wizard.
Baked beans are very popular in England. For breakfast. On toast. On baked potatoes. They can't get enough.
"American History" is not a subject everywhere.
England and Britain and the United Kingdom are not the same thing. England is the country. Britain is the island containing England, Scotland, and Wales. The United Kingdom is the formal designation of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland as a political entity.
If you mess this up, you will be corrected. Repeatedly. #Quote by Maureen Johnson
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Gerald Kersh
#27. When Irish eyes are smiling, watch your step. #Quote by Gerald Kersh
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Jeremy Corbyn
#28. Quite simply, I maintained contact with Sinn Fein and believed that there had to be a political, not a military, solution to the situation in Northern Ireland. #Quote by Jeremy Corbyn
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by David Suzuki
#29. Salmon farming-the placement of large metal or mesh net cages in the ocean to grow fish-was pioneered in Norway in the 1960s. Since then, the industry has expanded to Scotland, Ireland, Canada, the US, and Chile, but is dominated by the same multinational corporations. Wherever it is practiced, net-cage salmon farming is controversial and raises serious environmental concerns. #Quote by David Suzuki
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Michael Collins
#30. I am a war man in the day of war, but I am a peace man in the day of peace. #Quote by Michael Collins
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Linda Weaver Clarke
#31. Are you still working on that bucket list of yours?"
Amelia nodded.
"As I remember, you mentioned a few things for Ireland." He smiled with humor lacing his eyes as he said, "Like kissing the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle."
She laughed as she opened her brochure of things to do in southern Ireland. "You've got a good memory." Amelia pointed to a picture of a beautiful garden full of flowers. "I want to visit the Blarney Gardens, too."
He pointed to another picture and said, "How about the Blarney dungeons? That looks awesome to explore."
She looked up at him and smiled. "Yeah. I've also been interested in listening to a live Irish concert. #Quote by Linda Weaver Clarke
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Hope Jahren
#32. Ireland is so saturated with green that it's the things that not green catch one's eye: the roads, walls, shorelines, even sheep, seem to have been placed as contrast, strategically positioned to organize the vast expansion of green... In Ireland, you can bask in fact that you have been benevolently outnumbered by these first and better life forms. Standing in a peat bog in Dingle, you can not help wondering what Ireland was like before you and other primates scrambled upon its shore. #Quote by Hope Jahren
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Crispin Glover
#33. Ireland's just a place ... people go there all the time. #Quote by Crispin Glover
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Akala
#34. Given that the historically most violent regions of the UK had virtually no
black population at all and given that working-class youth gangs stabbing and
shooting people had existed in Britain for well over a century - who do you
think the gangs attacking our grandparents when they arrived were? - you can
imagine my shock when I discovered that there was, in the UK, such a thing as
'black-on-black' violence. None of what occurred in Northern Ireland had ever
been referred to as 'white-on-white' crime, nor Glasgow, nor either world war,
the Seven Years War, the Napoleonic Wars, nor any conflict or incident of
murder, however gruesome, between humans racialised as white. Despite
hundreds of millions of 'white' people killing each other throughout European
history, witch hunts, mass rapes, hangings, torture and sexual abuse, and despite
the fact that the two most violent regions of Britain in the 1990s were almost
entirely white, there was no such thing as white-on-white violence.

Yet apparently working-class black Londoners had imported from America a
rap-induced mystery nigger gene (similar to the slave sprint one?) that caused
black people to kill not for all of the complex reasons that other humans kill, but
simply because they are 'black', and sometimes because they listened to too
much rap, grime or dancehall. This is, after all, what the phrase 'black-on-black
#Quote by Akala
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Justina Ireland
#35. I learned that I can be ruthless when I need to, and I can be merciful when I'm able. #Quote by Justina Ireland
Ballyutogue Ireland quotes by Kathy Ireland
#36. Our mission began with finding solutions for families, especially busy moms. #Quote by Kathy Ireland

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