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Skyhawk431
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01:12:36 PM Feb 28th 2012
"At the beginning of the 20th century, Irish Republicans adopted the kilt as a sign of Celtic solidarity and identity in their struggle for independence from the UK."

I may be wrong, but haven't kilts always been Irish as well as Scottish?
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