Silver Linings: Travels Around Northern Ireland

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Personality and interview technique will play a large part in the selection and judging process. The population is composed of English (major ethnic group), Scots, Irish, and Welsh and immigrants from India, the West Indies, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. However, neither the Prime Minister nor members of the Government are elected by the House of Commons. In Gaelic games, followed mainly by nationalists, the GAA county is " Derry ", but in sports followed mainly by unionists, clubs tend to avoid the use of "Londonderry" in favour of more precise locales ( Glendermott Cricket Club ) or neutral terms ( Foyle Hockey Club ). "Derry" is also used in the names of both the Church of Ireland and Roman Catholic dioceses, and by one of the largest Protestant fraternal societies, the Apprentice Boys of Derry.

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Publisher: Abacus; New Ed edition (October 24, 2013)


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