By Joseph Byrne
What was once a mark? Livery of seisin? Letters patent? This awesome Dictionary of Irish neighborhood historical past may be in a position to let you know.
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You can try to hold me back Dad, but I’ll bite! 43 Monkey business There can be up to 60 baboons of all ages in a troop. The young members spend a lot of their time playing. Time to groom Baboons, like all monkeys, spend time grooming each other. It’s a way to show friendship. Whee! I like playing leapfrog! 44 This way, that way Monkeys can move fast. They will leap and twist very suddenly to change direction. It’s fun, and also helps them to avoid trouble. Muscle building Jumping, swinging, and climbing trees helps young baboons to grow strong.
They also seem to enjoy it. Keep up! Lie on your stomach and push with your feet. This is fun! Now let’s find some fish. 59 Making friends Wild animals usually play with others in their own group—it’s safest that way. But pets often meet different animals, and some become fast friends. Will you be my friend? Horses are “herd animals”—in the wild, they live in groups. If a horse has no other horses around, it will find another animal to bond with. Dogs do this, too. 60 Come on, Tortoise. I want to go faster!
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Byrne's Dictionary of Irish Local History: From Earliest Times to C. 1900 by Joseph Byrne