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|Statement||(compiled by) Brendan Clifford.|
|Series||United Irish reprints|
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|Number of Pages||40|
Prison adverts, and, Potatoe diggings: materials from the public life of Antrim and Down during the years of government terror which led to the Rebellion of by Brendan Clifford 2 editions - first published in “The book is a frank, touching and funny collection of prison recipes and memories about life on the inside. Using the things available, a toaster oven and a microwave, he includes ‘P's Jail Break,’ with Ramen noodles and Doritos, and ‘Good as (expletive) Seafood,’ featuring cans /5(). At Tinonganine, potato growers are able to interact with community around them, giving them a better status after being released from prison. As well as providing seeds and fertilisers, UP gives direct technical support and delivers training on how to identify diseases and apply appropriate pesticides. Improving nutrition and opportunityAuthor: Helen Early. For web advertising, see our media kit. Contact us for rates. All advertising can be paid by credit card, check or money order. Ads must be pre-paid. To discuss advertising in Prison Legal News (both print and online ads), please call: Or you can email advertising-related questions to: [email protected]
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