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Then the Sheriff came down from his dais and drew near, in all his silks and velvets, to where the tattered stranger stood leaning upon his stout bow, while the good folk crowded around to see the man who shot so wondrously well.
The incongruity was too remarkable; the good folks would either put him to the door, or only let him in to send for the police.
They are a kind of people something like your mountaineers, good folk who endure the sufferings of war with angelic patience.
So a big thumbs-up to the good folk in Tourism Ireland who have helped market our green shores all over the world.
A Truism Something we've known for a very long time But seldom is ever spoke You cannot give what you've never received That's understood by all good folk A smile, a hug and a kiss Are treats you have to learn From the cradle to the grave Sensations we all yearn You cannot say "I love you" Unless someone says it first How can you thank the Lord If no-one quenched that thirst?
It is all very well being clever to the gallery in the Commons but the good folk of Gordon - and Scotland - deserve better than Dr Seuss poetry as a political argument.
Winston Turkington said: "So sorry about your business, the perpetrators do not represent the good folk of East Belfast.
Like all good folk tales these are desperately politically incorrect, with kings happily handing over their daughters to deserving heroes, but there are unexpected twists; the fearsome witch Baba Jaga is the one who restores the frog-princess to her patient lover.
As Ian's father I would like to thank a few good folk.
Thanks to the generosity of the good folk of the town together with passing visitors a sum of PS620 was donated to this worthy cause.
Andy Strangeway, who co-ordinated the competition, said: "It has been a privilege and an honour to organise the County Durham flag competition, which would not have been possible without the support of the good folk of County Durham.
SIR - I'm sure the good folk of Balcombe enjoyed a nice warm shower, bath or wash today and enjoyed the hot food they cooked on their hob.
I'M sure the good folk of Balcombe enjoyed a nice warm shower, bath or wash today and enjoyed the hot food they cooked on their hob; I'm also sure their central heading will keep them warm and cosy over the coming winter, all thanks to gas
THE good folk of Coventry should feel very proud that the drama of the loss of the Frigate HMS Coventry in the Falklands War of 1982 is being enacted by the Destroyer HMS Edinburgh.