n.— «Claims that children living in Donegal were given places at secondary schools in Derry to the exclusion of local children were challenged in the High Court in Belfast today. The Lord Chief Justice Sir Brian Kerr was told that the use of false addresses had become known in Derry as “grannying.”» —“Court told of ‘grannying’ for Derry school places” Derry Journal (Ireland) Aug. 29, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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