How to use Shamrock in a sentence

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  • The shamrock is a symbol of Ireland and is well known around the world.

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  • Guys who don't want to wear full body leprechaun mascot costumes while they bar hop on St. Patty's Day might consider wearing a traditional shirt and jeans, while rocking the holiday with shamrock shades, a green wig or a shamrock top hat.

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  • The Irish wear the shamrock with pride, and particularly so on St Patrick 's Day.

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  • Shortly before St Patrick's Day the queen issued an order which intensified this interest, that Irish soldiers might in future wear a sprig of shamrock in their headgear on this national festival.

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  • Some crab eating macaques were brought in from Shamrock, which I was later able to demonstrate against and see closed.

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  • His followers adopted the custom of wearing a shamrock on his feast day.

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  • A pretty device, the rose, shamrock, and thistle, and a star, were exhibited by Mr. Sanders.

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  • The national flowers are also shown; Welsh daffodil, English rose, Scottish thistle and Irish shamrock.

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  • Shamrock Pea (Parochetus) - P. communis is a beautiful little creeping perennial with Clover-like leaves, 2 to 3 inches high, bearing in spring Pea-shaped blossoms of a beautiful blue.

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  • Shamrock costumes help show off Irish pride.

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  • If you are looking to embrace the luck of the Irish, then consider sporting a stylish shamrock costume.

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  • Meyer at the Shamrock colliery in Westphalia, where a body of men are kept in systematic training for its use at a special rescue station.

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  • Original green cloth, decorated with shamrock design, blocked blind on front board, blocked in gilt on spine.

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  • He is also famous for describing the concept of the Trinity by using a shamrock leaf the national emblem of Ireland.

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  • This is a great way to distinguish your cake from the many shamrock shaped novelty cake designs found during the holiday.

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  • Both his father and uncle, Tommy Farrell, played football for the Irish Football Club Shamrock Rovers during the 1960s.

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  • The knot was adopted by early Christians and, like the shamrock, was used by them to illustrate the concept of the Holy Trinity, or how the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit together make one God.

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  • However, you don't need to have a drop of Irish blood in you to don a lucky shamrock getup.

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  • Whether you are looking to don a simple, sensational, stunning or shocking shamrock costume, you had better like the color green.

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  • The majority of shamrock costumes feature lucky green as their base.

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  • However, if you are uncomfortable wearing green from head to toe, you could opt to wear a more modest getup and use shamrock accessories to embellish your costume.

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  • For example, if you want to show up to a St. Patrick's Day party as a sexy leprechaun, consider donning your favorite micro mini and a pair of shamrock printed stockings with glittery green stilettos accented with shamrock stickers.

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  • With shamrock accessories you'll still be able to show off your Irish pride without being mistaken for the Jolly Green Giant.

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  • Carry a shamrock scepter and a pot of gold to round out the costume.

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  • Accessorize with green and white striped socks and a glittery shamrock deely bopper.

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  • Shamrock costumes and accessories are seasonal items that can be found during the months of February and March at party supply and costume shops around the world.

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  • The leprechaun is designed to make the wearer appear shorter than he or she really is, so you will see through the mesh opening in a shamrock on the hat if you wear this costume.

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  • Shamrock designs to add whimsical symbolism and offer the couple luck in their union.

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  • The shamrock, for example, is a three-leafed young clover that is used as the unofficial symbol of Ireland.

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  • Used to signify good luck as well as Irish heritage, some men and women of Irish decent choose to get a shamrock tattoo.

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  • Another traditional symbol of St. Patrick's Day is the shamrock or four-leaf clover.

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  • You can find shamrock plants at grocery and garden supply stores before the holiday, and they are very easy to take care of.

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  • All a shamrock asks is occasional water, some sunlight and a regular pruning. the life cycle of a shamrock is such that the stems turn brown regularly, so you have to get rid of those.

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  • Pick up small black bowls and paint a shamrock on one side to resemble a pot for gold and treasures.

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  • If you're planning a large party with many guests, decorated shamrock shot glasses are also a great, and less expensive, choice.

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  • Have them floating around a larger leprechaun, shamrock or pot of gold image, whether piped or made from modeling chocolate or fondant.

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  • Make others green with envy by donning a show topping shamrock costume to wear to your next St. Patrick's Day party.

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  • She went even further than this attempt to conciliate Irish feeling, and to show her recognition of the gallantry of the Irish soldiers she issued an order for them to wear the shamrock on St Patrick's Day, and for a new regiment of Irish Guards to be constituted.

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