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Near the end of The Sheriff And Me (RTE One), a burly bailiff named Noel, sitting at the wheel of his car having just overseen a seizure of goods from a business somewhere in Dublin, was asked by the narrator what remained on the company’s premises:

12th December, 2009

Near the end of The Sheriff And Me (RTE One), a burly bailiff named Noel, sitting at the wheel of his car having just overseen a seizure of goods from a business somewhere in Dublin, was asked by the narrator what remained on the company’s premises:

‘‘Four walls, at the moment,” he replied.

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