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Saint Patrick
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The Fountainhead
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  • The almonds were green and white; they had no business being green and white at this time of the year; the colors of St. Patrick’s Day—then there was always candy like that in all the store windows—and St. Patrick’s Day meant spring—no, better than spring, that moment of wonderful anticipation just before spring is to begin.
  • The almonds were green and white; they had no business being green and white at this time of the year; the colors of St. Patrick’s Day—then there was always candy like that in all the store windows—and St. Patrick’s Day meant spring—no, better than spring, that moment of wonderful anticipation just before spring is to begin.

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  • Legend (known not to be true) is that St. Patrick rid Ireland of snakes.
  • They all stood in the sun beside the statue of St. Patrick...
    David Almond  --  Clay

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