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Jo Jo Barrett (born 1943 in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland) is an Irish former Gaelic footballer and manager. He played for his local club Austin Stacks
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and Communities. 10 May 2010. Retrieved 26 September 2011.  Jensen, Jo; Barrett, Peta (1996). Patrick Logan. Moorooka, Brisbane: Future Horizon Publishing
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Renae Kunst - Souths Logan JRLFC Nive Moefaauo - Logan Brothers JRLFC Jo Barrett - West Centenary JRLFC Tahnee Norris (C) - West Centenary JRLFC Tracy
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in Australia List of explorers The Courier Mail Extras. Jensen, Jo; Barrett, Peta (1996). Patrick Logan. Moorooka, Brisbane: Future Horizon Publishing
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Publishing. p. 85. ISBN 1486303307. Retrieved 17 October 2015.  Jensen, Jo; Barrett, Peta (1996). Patrick Logan. Moorooka, Brisbane: Future Horizon Publishing
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theme "Hush Little Baby" by Bobby McFerrin and Yo-Yo Ma Composer(s) Kathy Jo Barrett David Grover Terry Hall Mark Kelso Charlie Tokarz Country of origin
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(May 21, 1977). Science News, 111 (21), 326. Trepper, Terry S.; Mary Jo Barrett (1989). Systemic Treatment of Incest: A Therapeutic Handbook. Psychology
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was also a high-ranking trade union official in Dublin. A third son, Jo Jo Barrett, is a well known journalist and author who lives in Bray. He won under-21