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John Moulden Belfast: What does 'faar down' mean? (8) RE: Belfast: What does 'faar down' mean? 13 Feb 00


Oxford University Press should be easily available.

A Concise Ulster Dictionary (ed) C I Macafee Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, Athens, Auckland, Bangkok, Bombay, Calcutta, Cape Town, Dar es Salaam, Delhi, Florence, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Madras, Madrid, Melbourne, Mexico City, Nairobi, Paris, Singapore, Taipei, Tokyo, Toronto and Associated Companies in Berlin, Ibadan, 1996

ISBN 0-19-863132-4 hardback ISBN 0-19-860059-3 paperback

The paperback was priced at 10 sterling

Are you still in Belfast, Alison? I moved from Dundonald to Portrush in 1977 so I'm not really a far down. I know about Some Handlin' - Rae MacIntyre who oversaw its production (she was Principal of the school at Ballyrashane) is an acquaintance. Even if you don't come form north Antrim, everybody knows everybody else.


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