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What do people in Ireland value most?

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2012-10-08 13:25:08
2012-10-08 13:25:08

Family and friends.

Family and friends.

Family and friends.

Family and friends.

Family and friends.

Family and friends.

Family and friends.

Family and friends.

Family and friends.

Family and friends.

Family and friends.

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Family and friends.

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Most people in Ireland are Roman Catholics

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Most Ireland people have brunette colored hair

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Most people in Ireland are born roman catholic.

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most people in Ireland live small towns in but a majority live in cities most people in Ireland live small towns in but a majority live in cities

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Most people in Ireland are Christian, with the majority being Catholic.

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Most Irish (both Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland) are Roman Catholics.

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Like any country in the world, there are people who like Ireland and there are people who don't. In general though, Ireland is a country that most people like.

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Because most people in Ireland are Christians, so naturally Christmas is going to be celebrated in Ireland.

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Most people in Ireland are Roman Catholics but there is a growing minority of Protestants. Meanwhile in Northern Ireland the majority are Protestant and there is a minority of Catholics.

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Religions do not divide Northern Ireland from the Republic of Ireland. What you are referring to is the fact that most people in the Republic of Ireland are Catholic and most people in Northern Ireland are Protestant. There are also a large amount of Protestants in the Republic of Ireland and a large amount of Catholics in Northern Ireland.

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No, Ireland is not in actual poverty. There are economic problems in Ireland in recent years and there are some poor people. Generally though, the standard of living in Ireland is quite good and most people are not in poverty, with lots of people being very well off.No, Ireland is not in actual poverty. There are economic problems in Ireland in recent years and there are some poor people. Generally though, the standard of living in Ireland is quite good and most people are not in poverty, with lots of people being very well off.No, Ireland is not in actual poverty. There are economic problems in Ireland in recent years and there are some poor people. Generally though, the standard of living in Ireland is quite good and most people are not in poverty, with lots of people being very well off.No, Ireland is not in actual poverty. There are economic problems in Ireland in recent years and there are some poor people. Generally though, the standard of living in Ireland is quite good and most people are not in poverty, with lots of people being very well off.No, Ireland is not in actual poverty. There are economic problems in Ireland in recent years and there are some poor people. Generally though, the standard of living in Ireland is quite good and most people are not in poverty, with lots of people being very well off.No, Ireland is not in actual poverty. There are economic problems in Ireland in recent years and there are some poor people. Generally though, the standard of living in Ireland is quite good and most people are not in poverty, with lots of people being very well off.No, Ireland is not in actual poverty. There are economic problems in Ireland in recent years and there are some poor people. Generally though, the standard of living in Ireland is quite good and most people are not in poverty, with lots of people being very well off.No, Ireland is not in actual poverty. There are economic problems in Ireland in recent years and there are some poor people. Generally though, the standard of living in Ireland is quite good and most people are not in poverty, with lots of people being very well off.No, Ireland is not in actual poverty. There are economic problems in Ireland in recent years and there are some poor people. Generally though, the standard of living in Ireland is quite good and most people are not in poverty, with lots of people being very well off.No, Ireland is not in actual poverty. There are economic problems in Ireland in recent years and there are some poor people. Generally though, the standard of living in Ireland is quite good and most people are not in poverty, with lots of people being very well off.No, Ireland is not in actual poverty. There are economic problems in Ireland in recent years and there are some poor people. Generally though, the standard of living in Ireland is quite good and most people are not in poverty, with lots of people being very well off.

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Australian people value education and family the most

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Ireland is an island so it can only be reached by air or by sea. Most people would fly to Ireland.

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By most people it is. As in any country there are people who don't see the value in education and do not keep in the education process beyond their early years, or who continue for some time but do not complete their education. Ireland is recognised as having a good level of education resulting in a lot of international companies basing in Ireland, including some of the most well known names in technology.

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Ireland is mostly rural, but most people live in the cities.

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Yes. Ireland has a very high standard of education and the vast majority of the people can read and write.

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with a knife and fork like most people

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Most of the population live in Dublin, the capital city.


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