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In October 2012 the Group appointed Marketing Director, David O'Connor and in 2016 appointed a new Finance Director, David Jones-Owen. Although Leona can sing higher notes Alexandra has the richer voice and is better than Leona. Each town we passed through was another milestone And their names were magic passwords into eternity: Kilcock, Kinnegad, Strokestown, Elphin, Tarmonbarry, Tulsk, Ballayhaderreen, Ballavary; Now we were in Mayo and the next step was Turlough, The village of Turlough in the heartland of Mayo and my father's mother's house, all oil lamps and women, and my bedroom over the public bar below, and in the morning cattle cries and cock crows: Life's seemingly seamless garment gorgeously rent By their screeched and bellowings.

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Publisher: Pan Macmillan; Unabridged edition (June 1, 2007)

ISBN: 0330445227

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