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By Gerry Adams (for Leargas)
On a bright May morning in 2000 I spoke at the unveiling of a memorial
in Cork City to the 1916 patriot Tomas Ceannt at Ceannt railway station.
The Ceannt Memorial had been commissioned and erected by a committee of
railway workers and was unveiled by Kathleen Ceannt, a niece of Tomas
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