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[foil, fahyl] /fɔɪl, faɪl/

a political party in Ireland, organized in 1927 by Eamon De Valera, that was one of the leading parties in the establishment of the Irish republic.
/ˈfɪənə ˈfɑːl/
one of the major Irish political parties, founded by de Valera in 1926 as a republican party


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