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Definition funny of Dunluce:
Habitat: Belfast, Northern Ireland A large group of strapping young males, a compact or close-knit body of people. Individually they are nothing but as a single unit they are a force to be reckoned with or as one once said "Wreckin' Bais". Cannabis is used for spiritual purposes and is not abused, apart from the ole blunt.
Man to friend: OH FUCK ITS THE DUNLUCE WRECKIN' BAIS!
Songs about Dunluce:
Dunluce Castle by The Irish Rovers from the Album Home in Ireland
Dunluce Castle by The Irish Rovers from the Album 40 Years A-Rovin'
Dunluce (Part 2) by Gary Moore from the Album After The War
Dunluce (Part 1) by Gary Moore from the Album After The War
Dunluce (Part 2) by Gary Moore from the Album 5 Album Set (Remastered) (Run for Cover/After the War/Still Got the Blues/After Hours/Blues for Greeny)
Dunluce Castle by The Irish Rovers from the Album The Irish Rovers 50 Years - Vol. 2
The Duck And The Kangaroo / There Was An Old Person Of Dutton / There Was An Old Man On Some Rocks / There Was... by Stanley Holloway from the Album Nonsense Verse Of Carroll & Lear
Books about Dunluce:
Dunluce Castle: History and Archaeology by Colin Breen (Aug 2, 2012)
Notes on the ruins of Dunluce Castle, county of Antrim: the MacUillins and MacDonnells by W. H. Lynn (Jan 1, 1905)
Notes on the ruins of Dunluce Castle, county of Antrim: with explanation of a reconstructed plan of the earlier... by W H Lynn (Aug 21, 2010)
The Retort Courteous [to strictures by Thomas Hamilton in Blackwood's Magazine on the author's poem Dunluce Castle... by Author Unknown (Mar 18, 2010)
Notes on the Ruins of Dunluce Castle, County of Antrim: With Explanation of a Reconstructed Plan of the Earlier... by W H Lynn (Mar 12, 2014)
The Retort Courteous [to strictures by Thomas Hamilton in Blackwood's Magazine on the author's poem "Dunluce Castle... by Anonymous, Thomas Hamilton and Edward Quillinan (Feb 11, 2011)
THE GIANT'S CAUSEWAY AND DUNLUCE CASTLE. by Rev. Canon Hugh. Forde (1947)
Wiki information Dunluce:
Dunluce Castle is a now-ruined medieval castle in Northern Ireland. It is located on the edge of a basalt outcropping in County Antrim, and is accessible via a bridge connecting it to the mainland. The castle is surrounded by extremely steep drops on...
Dunluce is a residential neighbourhood located in the Castledowns area of north Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is named for a castle in Northern Ireland. The Castledowns Recreation Centre is located at the south east corner of the...