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  • n. A harpist.
  • n. An old Irish brass coin bearing the emblem of a harp.


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  • But if that was so, why was Tom so convinced that the harper was his enemy?


  • She never knew that the harper was her father returning by devious roads from one of the many festivals at which he played in summer-time, and having frequent rests by the way, owing to the good ale he had drunk.

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  • The so called harper haters (libs) are doing their role as the "OPPOSITION".

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  • /was/a harper might be his salvation; he didn't want to lose that advantage just yet.

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  • Matthews asked him to tell him about the Prime Minister of Canada and Thompson could only say his last name "harper" and couldn't say anything else about him like what his policies were etc.

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  • Pellar had heard the rumors, too, and had noted that this "harper" seemed surrounded by children, Shunned or orphaned.

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  • He beat the rocks together in the monotone code for 'harper', adding the best for 'where', grinning as the sharp staccato sounds reverberated.

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  • While The Cat and Fiddle welcomes intermediate players, it's not uncommon for big name Irish musicians to drop in, such as harper Iris Nevins and others from the



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