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by on December 30, 2013
  • Layla17 Layla17 says:
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    This is so long ago but the way it says it will be better in the future but we’re in a global pandemic like 2018 and 2029 maybe but 2020 ye no not this year you can play games at home like my cousin who plays video games all the time

  • Izzie Izzie says:
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    It is really sad that so many people died in the war. I have read the book The boy in the striped pyjamas and it is very sad I cried I think once or twice. If you are going to read it brace yourselves! The book is really great though, it tells you about the depressing history from back in the World War Two. If I were in World War Two I would be terrified! I would love to see the movie some day , I'll need lots of tissues I'd say! I wonder can you get it on Netflix? If you can I will definitely be watching it soon!
    Thank you clic news and Rory Merriman for this article!

  • Izzie Izzie says:
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    I love jumpers on dogs! I have two for my dog, one for Christmas and one for when she gets groomed and she needs to keep warm when we go for walks. She loves them (most of the time) πŸ™‚ I will tell my mammy about these jumpers later on and ask her can we get one for my dog.
    Thank you Clic news and Rory Merriman for this article!

  • Izzie Izzie says:
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    It is so sad that innocent people were shot dead at a GAA match! Those British soldiers were careless!
    |:( My mammy told me that there was a boy who was climbing in a tree and one of the soldiers shot him dead. πŸ™ πŸ™ πŸ™
    Thank you Clic news and Jonathan Pearl for this article.

  • ARn ARn says:
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    I think dogs are the cutest thing in the world they are my favourite pet in the whole wide world I want to work in a dog shop so I can see all the cute dogs a
    And I have a dog she is a pug cross terrier I really want another one and I would think she would be really cute in a jumper hopefully she likes it

  • EHe EHe says:
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    We are currently learning about world war ll It's really sad that people were put in the concatenation camps they even put children there which is really evil we read a book called butterfly about the French recistence it's about a girl who's mother is hiding a family of Jews and the little girl becomes friends with little girl from the Jew family but the neighbor finds out so they have to help the family escape to a refugge camp

  • msgleeson18 msgleeson18 says:
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    Wow! These women are very inspiring I always wanted to be a Biologist when I grow up I want solve problems to help the world! Marie Curie is my favorite Its a real privilege to find two elements on Periodic Table! This was a great Article and It was very inspirational Thank you Sadhbh for this great Clic News Article! πŸ™‚ πŸ˜€ πŸ™‚

  • msgleeson18 msgleeson18 says:
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    When I was 8 I went to Dingle to see Fungie the dolphin! He swam right beside our boat and kept following us. We have a snow globe that we got from Dingle to remember our great Holiday! I hope he's ok I'd be so upset if anything happen to him πŸ™ its amazing t know he's 40 years old!!! Anyway Thank You Aoife this was a really nice Article! πŸ™‚ πŸ˜€

  • msgleeson18 msgleeson18 says:
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    Hello Ian! I was Just wondering if you could add a few more activities on the competitions please? I really enjoy them but I've done all of them so far if you don't have time then that's fine but I'd really appreciate it! πŸ˜€ Thank You Clic News!

  • Leannah2020 Leannah2020 says:
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    We Learned about Bloody Sunday . And are teachers parents live in a small town in Tipperary and she was saying that a 10 year old and a 11 year old died if they were still a live that would be 110 and 111 it is very sad that they did not get a chance to live a life.

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