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  • The stronghold of Blarney was erected about the middle of the fifteenth century by Cormac Mac Carthy, surnamed "Laider," or the Strong; whose ancestors had been chieftains in Munster from a period long antecedent to the English invasion, and whose descendants, as Lords of Muskerry and

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  • "You don't like that idea?" asked Laider in his gentle, rather academic voice.

    A. V. Laider

  • Had Laider and I been born and bred in any other land than Eng we should have become acquainted before the end of our first evening in the small smoking-room, and have found ourselves irrevocably committed to go on talking to each other throughout the rest of our visit.

    A. V. Laider

  • There is a limit to the time which one man may spend in talking to another about his own influenza; and presently, as we paced the sands, I felt that Laider had passed this limit.

    A. V. Laider

  • I had forthwith written to Laider, pointing it out.

    A. V. Laider

  • Once or twice in the course of the week it did occur to me that perhaps Laider had told the simple truth at our first interview and an ingenious lie at our second.

    A. V. Laider

  • Laider had left his table almost directly after I sat down to mine.

    A. V. Laider

  • Laider was inclined to take the letter more seriously than I, and to be mildly metaphysical.

    A. V. Laider

  • Laider threw a quick glance at me and away from me.

    A. V. Laider

  • My heart thanked Laider for that; and throughout the week I loyally seconded him in the system he had laid down for us.

    A. V. Laider

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