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“Perhaps they mistook me for that green-clad idiot from Sherwood who tweaked the nose of his betters, all for a merry laugh.”
“Before an audience of nearly 300 people that included green-clad supporters of O'Malley and a section that repeatedly applauded and cheered for Ehrlich, the former governor was aggressive from the start, contending that the Democratic incumbent was not leveling with voters about the state's toughest fiscal issues.”
“He was screaming and writhing on the top of a hard desk while green-clad demons held onto his limbs and tortured him.”
“EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) Mexico's national team wanted to spice up the fiesta for all those green-clad fans who filled the spanking New Meadowlands Stadium.”
“Unlike on the autopistas, there is time for the free rider to take in the scenery: rolling terrain enlivened by semi-tropical forests clinging to the million green-clad mountains of Mexico, which always show an unannounced burst of red, yellow or blue where a tree or shrub comes into sudden bloom amidst the camouflage khaki of a winter hillside.”
“Security forces repressed green-clad protesters at the prayer by launching tear gas at them.”
“The pair of green-clad defensemen rushed past him, expecting that he'd continue bearing down on the net.”
“Our green-clad, near-mute elf must silently wonder how many feral scorpions he has to slaughter before he gets top-billing over the "legendary" but rarely seen princess.”
“The connection of this large, global, multinational food conglomerate to a day celebrating Ireland's national saint appears to be a sugary breakfast cereal that features a green-clad leprechaun on the box: the aforementioned Lucky Charms.”
“Just then a brisk breeze stirred the forest's leaves, and I believe I saw in the distance a procession of teeny, green-clad souls climbing up Fairy Hill and disappearing down the other side.”
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