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    Creedon's Cities: Galway : The most Gaelic of Irish cities, Galway is famous for the craic, but it has a darker side. John Creedon explores the many facets of Galway.

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  • Craic - Wikipedia

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    "Craic" (/ k r æ k / KRAK) or "crack" is a term for news, gossip, fun, entertainment, and enjoyable conversation, particularly prominent in Ireland.

  • Urban Dictionary: Craic

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    It was great craic. She's great craic when she gets going. He's great craic when he has a few pints on him. What's the craic? How's the craic?

  • craic - Ireland Fun Facts

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    The CRAIC is Mighty. The Irish keep talking about craic – but have a tough time defining it. By Elaine Walsh First things first: It’s pronounced “crack."

  • Why The Irish Love A Bit of Craic! | Irish American Mom

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    “How’s the craic?” is a friendly greeting heard in pubs, and even in people’s homes throughout Ireland. Unfortunately the word is pronounced just like the

  • What's the craic? It's an Irish word you should know if ...

    www.syracuse.com/drinks/index.ssf/2015/03/what_is_the_craic_its_an...

    Craic, or crack, is a 'warm' word meaning great fun. ... Sean Johnston is so deeply immersed in Irish culture in Syracuse that he sometimes forgets that his knowledge ...

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