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Cute hoors and gombean men have said to reign over this quite shire like dunsinane land

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Crecora (Irish: Craobh Chumhra, meaning "Fragrant branch") is a village in County Limerick, Ireland, located approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) from Limerick city.

With a population of around four hundred people, the village has a shop, church, school, stone yard, garden centre, GAA pitch and post office.

There is an old story of a one winged crow wandering in the surrounding area namely RockField.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 52°34.5′N 8°40′W / 52.5750°N 8.667°W / 52.5750; -8.667

Cute hoors and gombean men have said to reign over this quite shire like dunsinane land