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  • He's hed the aiger for more'n a year, an 'ther ain't no quinine in the country an' he can't git it stopt.


  • Pick-S.aiger Concert Hall, Northwestern University, 1977 S. Campus Dr.,

    Chicago Reader

  • Be this time half the town was ready an’ aiger to go wid thim to the coort, an’ so they did, an’ in, wid the offishers thryin’ to kape thim out, an’ the wimmin shovin’ in, an’ all their frinds wid ’em, an’ the shur’f callin’ out ’Ordher in the coort,’ an’ the judge lookin’ over his shpectacles at thim.

    Irish Wonders

  • Finn wasn’t aiger for to thry, bekase it was Satan’s own job, so he held out agin all her scholdin’ an’ beggin’ an’ cryin’.

    Irish Wonders

  • Tim has come more than once in my dhrames to remind me, and I've been aiger ever since to do his bidding. "

    The Missing Ship The Log of the "Ouzel" Galley

  • Now, listen to me -- are you not as aiger to make convarts as either M'Slime or Lucre? "

    Valentine M'Clutchy, The Irish Agent The Works of William Carleton, Volume Two


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