One, Two, Three nationals

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One Irishman, a drinker;
two Irishmen, a fight;
three Irishmen, partition.
 
One Englishman, a bore;
two Englishmen, a club;
three Englishmen, an empire.
 
One Welshman, a miner;
two Welshmen, a duet;
three Welshmen, male voice choir.
 
One Scotsman, skinflint;
two Scotsmen, a skinful;
three Scotsmen, a depression.
 
One Frenchman, a lover;
two Frenchmen, an affair;
three Frenchmen, menage-a-trois.

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