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The Irish Gaelic word polaire (pronounced ‘pó-la-ra’; plural: polaireadha, pronounced ‘pó-la-rāā’) denotes a type of leather satchel, from about the sixth to the sixteenth century or later, used by Irish monks for carrying books.


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