A Parish of Rich Women

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Tendencies observed include: vowel fronting, as in goose or strut, and syllable non-initial t-glottaling, which are led by female speakers. Brennan (1906– ), Supreme Court Justice. Famous Irish American religious leaders include: Archbishop John Joseph Hughes (1797-1864), first Roman Catholic archbishop of New York; John McCloskey (1810-1885), first American cardinal of the Roman Catholic church; James Gibbons (1834-1921), Francis Joseph Spellman (1889-1967), Richard J.

Pages: 192

Publisher: Marlowe & Company (August 1998)

ISBN: 1569246920

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