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 Judi Larkin - “We have to be steady and play our golf. If we can keep our heads in the game, it won't be a problem.”
 Barry Larkin - “That guy's really good when he's healthy. That's what I think. I mean, he's really, really good when he's healthy.”
 Frank Larkin - “On one hand there are some mechanics that are angry because it has taken so long and a third party had to be involved, ... On the other hand many are relieved that something is on the table, and that is positive.”
 John Larkin - “The whole idea is to get in the supply chain and up the supply chain as far as we can,”
 John Larkin - “The whole idea of demand-driven farming is we grow to specifications, so we're going to grow through a crop check programme,”
 Philip Larkin - “Sexual intercourse beganin nineteen sixty-three(Which was rather late for me)between the end of the Chatterley banand the Beatles' first LP.”
 Philip Larkin - “Sexual intercourse began in 1963 (which was rather late for me) -- Between the end of the Chatterley ban and the Beatles first LP.”
 James Larkin - “We are now on the threshold of a newer movement, with a newer hope and a new inspiration.”
 James Larkin - “Those who want to divide the workers have resorted to the foulest methods.”
 James Larkin - “The men whose manhood you have broken will loathe you, and will always be brooding and scheming to strike a fresh blow.”
 James Larkin - “The employers cannot carry on industry nor accumulate profits if they have not got the good will of the workers or their acquiescence in carrying on such industry.”
 James Larkin - “The best thanks we could offer those who went before and raised the Irish working class from their knees was to press forward with determination and enthusiasm towards the ultimate goal of their efforts, a Co-operative Commonwealth for Ireland.”
 James Larkin - “Stop at home. Arm for Ireland. Fight for Ireland and no other land.”
 James Larkin - “Man must be associated with his fellows.”
 James Larkin - “I never stood in a public house bar and alcoholic drink never touched my lips.”
 James Larkin - “I have tried to kill sectarianism, whether in Catholics or Protestants.”
 James Larkin - “I have raised the morals and sobriety of the people.”
 James Larkin - “By God's help, and the intelligent use of their own strong right arms they could accomplish great things.”
 James Larkin - “A mutual arrangement, I repeat, is the only satisfactory medium whereby the present system can be carried on with any degree of satisfaction, and in such an arrangement the employers have more to gain than the workers.”
 Philip Larkin - “In everyone there sleeps. A sense of life lived according to love. To some it means the difference they could make. By loving others, but across most it sweeps. As all they might have done had they been loved. That nothing cures.”
 Philip Larkin - “Man hands on misery to man. It deepens like a coastal shelf. Get out as early as you can, and don't have any kids yourself.”
 Philip Larkin - “Nothing, like something, happens anywhere.”
 Philip Larkin - “Perhaps being old is having lighted rooms inside your head, and people in them, acting. People you know, yet can't quite name.”
 James Larkin - “A few among them - not lost to all sense of manhood - had tried, time and again, to organise their fellows, but failure attended their efforts.”
 Judi Larkin - “He's helped fill some holes. But a lack of playing time can also lead to a lack of confidence for him.”

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