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  • Good luck! and while I was out that way, the deer loooked HUGE. and as to your beer, slainte mhath!

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  • And if they are, I want to say in my best Arkansas accent, cead mile failte -- (applause) -- beatha saol agus slainte.

    President Address To Citizens Of Dublin

  • Thou art still to me _mavourneen_, so _an slainte leat gu bragh.

    Verses and Rhymes By the Way

  • In the spirit of this magical colour, and St. Paddy's Day heading our way, let's tuck into this delicious fare, and wish each other a hearty slainte and B'eannachtam na Femle Padraig -

    Ottawa Sun

  • With a hearty slainte and B'eannachtam na Femle Padraig enjoy the following recipes.

    Ottawa Sun

  • Raise your glass of Guinness and give a hearty slainte to St. Paddy.

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  • I am irish and while i think the no plastic bag law has been greatly recieved, the problem is that many big stores still what you to be a walking advertisement, when you purchase something from their store. so what many of them offer (or rather hand you), is a high glossy paper bag. when you consider that a regular brown paper bag takes 15time more energy to produce (i acknowledge that this is only one stage of the lifecylce), however considering this production energy you can imagine the energy and enviromental costs of these high gloss/high print paper. my central point then i guess is: the tax levy on plastic bags may be good, however this paper bag adoption is tainted. it gives the irish consumers a get out of jail free card. tighter legislation needs to be inplaced before anyone gets a pat on the back. slainte

    KILL PLASTIC BAGS WITH TAXES: look to Ireland | Inhabitat

  • ..ah, sure an' it's slainte' right back at ya, mcbuike...

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  • And I, in turn, would like to invite you to rise and join with me, for the second time today, it will have to be a slainte -- a slainte, a very special toast to the very deep friendship between the people of Ireland and the people of the United States and the linkages between our peoples, and to the way in which the people of the United States are so supportive of peace and reconciliation on the island of Ireland.

    Remarks At An Exchange Of Toasts With United States President Bill Clinton

  • “Well,” said I, “I suppose you have Irish: here’s slainte —”

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

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  • There was a fellow I knew once in Barcelona, queer fellow, used to call it his postprandial. Well: slainte! Around the slabbed tables the tangle of wined breaths and grumbling gorges.

    Joyce, Ulysses, 3

    December 30, 2006