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"Ghoidtí na leabhair gach oíche."

Translation:The books used to be stolen every night.

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2 years ago

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Ahhhh.. So that's why the father wouldn't read any books in Spain?? Poor attribute to my home country! xD

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Reply1 year ago

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Word by word must be in gold!

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Reply2 years ago

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Well, Ireland does have a very important history in the preservation of significant manuscripts during medieval times, and some manuscripts and books were so rare and valuable during that time that libraries would literally chain the books to keep them from being stolen: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chained_library

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Reply11 year ago

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An gadaí leabhar

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Reply1 year ago

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This reminds me of a pastor around here that said "we have people stealing bibles... I don't know what to think of that" XD

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