In 1995, he founded and co-directed the Irish Studies program at New College of
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In How the Irish Invented Slang, Daniel Cassidy cuts through two hundred years
worth of Anglo academic "baloney" and reveals the massive, hidden influence ...
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Lexicographer Grant Barrett has posted an excellent explication of the flaws and
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Nov 9, 2007 ... But Daniel Cassidy has managed something similar with his book How the Irish
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