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25 across The Irish Gaelic name for Ireland I think is EIRE according to Collins English Dictionary but I have seen the answer given as ERSE which I think is a description of the language eg he is speaking erse . Can anyone confirm which is correct please.Many thanks.
15:45 Sun 24th Nov 2013
 
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You are correct - EIRE
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