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Filthy Rich

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The traditional dialects are varieties spoken by people in a given geographical area - in this sense we can regard the speech of the Black Country, East Yorkshire or Cardiff as a traditional, regional dialect. It represents over a quarter of the R1b-L21 in Scotland, much less in England and only a sliver in Ireland. 44M. Like the 47th, the 48th brigade was also severely under strength. Take Dublin for instance: What is it anyway?

Pages: 174

Publisher: Academy Chicago Pub (September 1983)

ISBN: 0897330811

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