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Songs about Duignan:
Black Pat's / The Thrush in the Storm / Packie Duignan's by Paul Mcglinchey from the Album The Boys of the Town
Packie Duignan's by Dervish from the Album At the End of the Day
Bridie Morley / Duignan's Favourite by Packie Duignan & Seamus Horan from the Album Irish Traditional Music
Bridie Morley / Duignan's Favourite (reels) by Seamus Horan Packie Duigan from the Album Music from County Leitrim
Living Fire (Feat. Eoin Duignan & Donogh Hennessy) by Mazz O'Flaherty from the Album The Borrowed Angels-Singing Songs By Mazz O'Flaherty
Mick O'Connor's/Packie Duignan's by The Lennon Family from the Album Dúchas Ceoil (Dance Of The Honey Bees)
Packie Duignan's by Dervish from the Album Live In Palma
Books about Duignan:
Duignan: Webster's Timeline History, 1821 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 17, 2010)
Life, Death and Hurling: Michael Duignan Autobiography by Michael Duignan and Pat Nolan (Oct 28, 2011)
Duignan v. U S U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting Pleadings by ALFRED J TALLEY and U.S. Supreme Court (Oct 26, 2011)
The view from Wall Street: 10 questions with Ann Duignan, Bear Stearns.(X WITH BEAR STEARNS' ANN DUIGNAN)(Interview... by Mike Osenga (Oct 4, 2007)
Biography - Duignan, Peter (1926-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by --Sketch by Heidi A. Tietjen (Dec 16, 2007)
Studies on early Ireland Essays in Honour of M.V. Duignan by B.G.(Ed.) Scott (1981)
Worcestershire place names; by W. H. Duignan. by Duignan. W. H. (William Henry) (1905)
Wiki information Duignan:
Michael Duignan is a retired Irish hurling manager and former dual player. He played hurling and Gaelic football with his local club St. Rynagh's and with the Offaly senior inter-county teams from the 1980s until the early 2000s. Duignan served as...
Seán Duignan is an Irish journalist, newsreader, political aide and writer. Best known for his near forty-year career with RTÉ News, Duignan also worked as press secretary to the Fianna Fáil-Labour Party government between 1992 and 1995.