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    Default The Sovereign Nation

    Here is the PDF version of The Sovereign Nation,
    a publication of the 32 County Sovereignty Movement.
    http://www.32csm.org/sovnationJuly-August2007.pdf

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    Cheers Ciaran. Do you know if the newspaper guy on O'Connell Street (Dublin, corner of Abbey Street) has it in yet??

    Ps, what's the odds on the word 'Omagh' (outside of this reference) appearing on this thread in the next few hours?
    Meon na saoirse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32
    Cheers Ciaran. Do you know if the newspaper guy on O'Connell Street (Dublin, corner of Abbey Street) has it in yet??

    Ps, what's the odds on the word 'Omagh' (outside of this reference) appearing on this thread in the next few hours?
    Omagh
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    Omagh.

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    Yes, it's a lovely town. Have either of you two smart arses ever been there?
    Meon na saoirse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32
    Cheers Ciaran. Do you know if the newspaper guy on O'Connell Street (Dublin, corner of Abbey Street) has it in yet??

    Ps, what's the odds on the word 'Omagh' (outside of this reference) appearing on this thread in the next few hours?
    He should have it this weekend. Citing Omagh is easier than reading the paper and discussing whats in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciaran
    Quote Originally Posted by 32
    Cheers Ciaran. Do you know if the newspaper guy on O'Connell Street (Dublin, corner of Abbey Street) has it in yet??

    Ps, what's the odds on the word 'Omagh' (outside of this reference) appearing on this thread in the next few hours?
    He should have it this weekend. Citing Omagh is easier than reading the paper and discussing whats in it.
    Thanks again. And best of luck with it, republicanism needs these types of initiatives.

    Beir Bua.
    Meon na saoirse.

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    Are you Omaghphobic?
    "Our revenge will be the slaughter of their children."

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    What a crap magazine! Is there no-one in your organisation who even knows how to use quark xpress properly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insider2007
    What a crap magazine! Is there no-one in your organisation who even knows how to use quark xpress properly?
    What about the content. It is more important than the layout.
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