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From: Justin Kirk Houser <>
Subject: Re: [PACENTRE] Scot- Irish Traditions
Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2006 21:40:21 -0400
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Iron sounds like "arn."

Mile sounds like "mow," (rhymes with "Cow"). That house is punner ten mow
down the road.

At 09:26 PM 4/3/06, Justin Kirk Houser wrote:
>>Justin, what are the expressions you referred to that are unique to the
>>area?
>
>Justin Kirk Houser
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