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- noun An
Irish foodmade from boiled pigs' feet.
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Florence MacCabe takes a crubeen and a bottle of double X for supper every
And a big crubeen for thruppence to be pickin 'while you're able.
Only thirty pages after pocketing the crubeen and trotter does he arrive at the brothel of Mrs. Cohen, the Circe stand-in.
Florence MacCabe takes a crubeen and a bottle of double X for supper every Saturday.
In each hand he holds a parcel, one containing a lukewarm pig's crubeen, the other a cold sheep's trotter, sprinkled with wholepepper.
BLOOM: _ (Hides the crubeen and trotter behind his back and, crestfallen, feels warm and cold feetmeat) Ja, ich weiss, papachi.
Before Broadbint knew hwere he was, the pig was up his back and over into his lap; and bedad the poor baste did credit to Corny's thrainin of it; for it put in the fourth speed wid its right crubeen as if it was enthered for the Gordn Bennett.
He unrolls one parcel and goes to dump the crubeen softly but holds back and feels the trotter.) _ Sizeable for threepence.
_ (With regret he lets the unrolled crubeen and trotter slide.
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