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Taig

Taig
 n.— «If guns are made for shooting, then skulls are made to crack. You’ve never seen a better Taig than with a bullet in his back.» —“In Belfast, Joblessness And a Poisonous Mood” by Bernard Wienraub New York Times June 2, 1971. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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