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|... Clare Railway 30 Cowdery, James R. 150n2 craic 13, 20n6 engagement with |
excitement 163—4 grooving to great craic 130—31 perfect embodiment, good
craic and 146—9, 157 rare moments of good craic during sessions 147 sessions,
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|interesting stories told with immensely exaggerated detail — the craic was |
referred to as "grand," as in, "Sure, last night at Annie's the craic was grand." In
fact, often a visitor to Ireland will come across the following dialogue: "How was
|Bill Grantham Craic/crack and the Irish pub concept In a recent Irish comedy film |
Dick Dickman PI (O'Neill 2008), an incompetent private eye investigates a wave
of disappearances of Irish traditional musicians. In a culminating police swoop on
|Nonetheless, there is a resilient residue left in urban varieties, used by speakers |
who usually do not know the origin of such words. Of all such items the one found
universally must be craic 'general social entertainment', the essential element ...
|All in all, the design of the bars is, therefore, intended to create opportunities for |
informal and regular social interaction, to 'force people together' precisely
because this is seen as the unique appeal of the 'craic' and the Irish. The design
|The Irish have a similar desire to have fun with other people, summarized in the |
concept of the craic. In an age when there are Irish bars offering craic in
Azerbaijan, Chile, Hong Kong, and Thailand, to name but a few, the concept
borders on ...
|The regulars eventually grew indifferent to our presence, and we observed them |
like anthropologists sent to study the habits of the Irish publican, our eyes peeled
for the craic. Craic meant "fun," "good times," "goings on" — pronounced crack, ...