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From: "J Lyons" <>
Subject: Re: [Irish in Chicago] Old Irish Sayings
Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2004 11:43:36 -0500
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While the specific phrase "flannel mouth" isn't covered in the following
site - http://phrases.shu.ac.uk/meanings/index.html , I did recently find
some expressions of note. It is principally for that adjacent isle, but
there may have been some cross-pollination.

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From: "Judith Mason" <>
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Sent: Monday, March 29, 2004 10:28 AM
Subject: [Irish in Chicago] Old Irish Sayings


> Has anyone heard the term "flannel mouth"? An elderly cousin (92) used
this in a conversation yesterday when describing an Irish in-law the family
was not fond of. This in-law passed away in the 1930's.
>
> Thanks for any information.
>
> Judie Mason
> Chicago
>
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