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Perhaps nowhere was the concept of the shebeen more embraced than in South African townships, where they are an important part of the social and cultural landscape.

I recommend AWeber to everyone - it makes running my business so much easier!Mistaking Irish United Nations peacekeeping troops for European mercenaries, some of its members launched an ambush and killed nine Irish soldiers at Niemba, in Katanga Province, in 1960.From “sluagh-ghairm”, the call of a crowd (“sluagh” is now mostly “slua”), as in a battle cry.Conor Cruise O’Brien coined it as his pithy take on Charlie Haughey’s response to the discovery of the murderer Malcolm Macarthur in the attorney general’s home in 1982.Apparently still the default Irish disposition when greeted with another’s success and happiness. The Middle English word “” meant “to grumble about”; the Irish made “begrudge” a noun.It’s common here for people to buy a round for the group, then the next round is on the next person.” They left out the social ostracisation and lifelong character assassination that can follow for those who don’t get the round in.

A shortening of “traditional”; an entire music scene.

So “slogan” emerged from the battle cries of a clan.

Oddly enough, the common term for a member of the British Conservative Party comes from the Irish “tóraidhe”, referring to a bandit.

“Craic” journeyed from Middle English (“”) via Shakespeare to 18th-century Scotland (both crack) and was then adopted into Hiberno-English in the mid-20th century and given its Gaelic spelling.

A disposition, a state of being, a sin to not be any, the craic – like many quintessentially Irish things, from St Patrick to chippers – isn’t Irish at all but is very much our own.

Capt Charles Boycott, agent for the absentee Mayo landlord Lord Erne during the Land War of 1878-1909.