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  • There he is, says I, in his gloryhole, with his cruiskeen lawn and his load of papers, working for the cause.

    Ulysses

  • With scarlet coat and cap of green A cruiskeen* by his side

    The Leprauchan

  • Those who buy their ink in little stone jugs may prefer to do so because the pottle reminds them of cruiskeen lawn or ginger beer (with its wire-bound cork), but they miss a noble delight.

    Mince Pie

  • There is a cruiskeen of ale and a cup o 'water, a handful o' dry dates and some oaten cake; that is all of food or drink left in the inn.

    This Way to Christmas

  • -- There he is, says I, in his gloryhole, with his cruiskeen lawn and his load of papers, working for the cause.

    Ulysses

  • Master Leprehaun, though many have offered to fill his cruiskeen with

    Penelope's Irish Experiences

  • Mrs. O'Shaughnessy, that old family cruiskeen ought to be with your husband: but no matther -- _non constat_ -- Eh? Dionysi?

    Going to Maynooth Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry, The Works of William Carleton, Volume Three

  • Follow Uppity Wisconsin Lifecasts on Zannel - Text cruiskeen to 58888

    Uppity Wisconsin

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  • "There he is, says I, in his gloryhole, with his cruiskeen lawn and his load of papers, working for the cause."

    Joyce, Ulysses, 12

    January 13, 2007