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Where does the name Bringan come from and what does it mean.


The name Brennan is a baby boy name. The name Brennan comes from the Irish origin. In Irish The meaning of the name Brennan is: Raven. Also 'Little drop; Prince.' Variant of Brendan.
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Were Irish sold as slaves in 1600's to West Indies and America?


Yes they were

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    Why doro 612 wont work with an Irish sim card it is unlocked but works fine with UK card


    information is that the sim card will work in both countries on an unlocked phone
    I would go to a phone retails shop or retail service provider as the irish sim card may require a PUK code to work it or the sim card may be faulty
    I went google and typed in --differences between irish and uk sim cards--- and there are plenty of sites and answers that may help you with an explanation

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    Removing back of irish collection ladies watch for new battery


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    What irish word is this


    So, you haven't provided the irish word of your query. But intput in Google "<your word> translate Irish" without quotes and you'll find some dictionary options for the word

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    Can anyone recommend a good recipe for an Irish coffee?


    Traditional Irish coffee's are made using hot coffee, Irish whiskey and sugar topped with heavy cream; however over the years many people have made slight additions/changes to this recipe. I prefer to use brown sugar in my Irish coffee.

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    What is Irish whiskey?


    Irish whiskey is characterized by a few simple guidelines:
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