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An teagasc crísdy,  s:ga:Index:An teagasc crísdy - O Laeire.djvu  (Wikidata search (Cirrus search) Wikidata query (SPARQL)  Create new Wikidata item based on this file)
Shán Ó Cuív  (1875–1940) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q54216662 s:en:Author:Shán Ó Cuív
Alternative names
Shán O Cuív
Description journalist and writer
Date of birth/death 27 September 1875 Edit this at Wikidata 13 August 1940 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth Macroom
Authority file
author QS:P50,Q54216662
Peadar Ua Laoghaire  (1839–1920) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q3332380 s:en:Author:Peadar Ua Laoghaire
Peadar Ua Laoghaire
Alternative names
Peter O'Leary
Description Irish linguist, translator, Catholic priest, Bible translator and writer
Date of birth/death April 1839 Edit this at Wikidata 21 March 1920 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth Clondrohid
Authority file
author QS:P50,Q3332380
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An teagasc crísdy,
Browne and Nolan
Preface in English
Language Irish
Publication date 1922
publication_date QS:P577,+1922-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Place of publication Dublin
Internet Archive identifier
: teagasccrsdy00cu
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