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Caer

The daughter of Ethal Anubal, prince of the Danaans of Connaught, mentioned in ancient Irish myths. It was said that she lived alternate years in the form of a maiden and a swan. She was loved by Angus Og, who also found himself transformed into a swan. All who heard the rapturous song of the swan lovers were plunged into a deep sleep, lasting for three days and nights.

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CAER

CAER Conservative Action for Electoral Reform

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