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  • The logo of Panathinaikos the Shamrock is on the left chest in white.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • The logo of Panathinaikos the Shamrock is on the left chest.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • The student gave 60 of the regulars at the gaming parlors $50 in exchange for letting her watch while they played a game called Shamrock 7s — a variation of video poker that is "a very repetitive, mind-numbing game, with no strategy," says Grisel.

    Betting on a Cure

  • Her schtick is something like House of Pain -- hence the modified cotume and the name Shamrock -- intended as an ironic in your face appropriation and subversion of a stereotype.

    Snark Free Corner for Saint Patrick’s Day! | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Almost, but not quite; he was able to make out the word Shamrock at her bow, and on careful inquiry identified her as the very vessel on which he had travelled to England as a boy; but alas!

    Sir Robert Hart

  • "In Ireland it is sometimes called the Shamrock Hymn," said Miss

    The Luckiest Girl in the School

  • The best part about the Shamrock has been the people.

    Michael Harvey discusses his first novel The Chicago Way

  • But at least it's significantly less appalling than the variation of the drink known as Shamrock-Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, which calls for garnishing the mess with -- you guessed it -- a green olive.

    Green at the Gills

  • I'm talking about a cocktail called the Shamrock, a drink that has been around at least from the 1920s and managed to find its way into "The Savoy Cocktail Book," Patrick Gavin Duffy's "Official Mixer's Manual," and just about every other copycat compendium.

    Green at the Gills

  • Those hearings revealed NSA's involvement with two eavesdropping programs -- known as Shamrock and Minaret.

    Uncovering NSA's History


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