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St Patricks Day

Dyann J Callahan

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1.A _____ is a long, narrow inlet from the sea between high slopes.
3.You may receive one of these if not wearing green
7.Legend says that each leaf of the clover means something: the third for _____.
8.Ireland’s Saint ______, born in the sixth century, is the patron saint of gardeners.
10.This ship was built by the Belfast shipbuilding company, Harland & Wolff. Although the company was eventually cleared of negligence charges for its part in the ill-fated ship's construction.
12.Legend says that each leaf of the clover means something: the first is for ____.
16.A stone in Blarney Castle, Ireland, said to make those who kiss it proficient in the use of blarney.
18.Bram Stoker was working as a civil servant in Dublin when he wrote “_______” in 1897.
20.The Irish ____________ is the tallest of dog breeds.
25.An arc of spectral colors, usually identified as red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet, that appears in the sky opposite the sun as a result of the refractive dispersion of sunlight in drops of rain or mist.
26.It is believed that he died on March 17 in the year 461 AD. It is also a worldwide celebration of Irish culture and history.
27.This color of beer is popular in bars and Pubs on March 17th!
28.Irish ________, both blended and malt, are usually triple distilled through both column and pot stills.
2.This city was originally called "Dubh Linn," which means "Black Pool." The name refers to an ancient treacle lake in the city, which is now part of a penguin enclosure at the Dublin City Zoo.
4.Baileys Irish _____ which was launched in Ireland in the early seventies, is now the most popular liqueur in the world.
5.Legend says that each leaf of the clover means something: the second for _____.
6.These do not have aphrodisiac powers, as was once believed, but they did contribute to the sudden increase in the Irish population, making large families possible because they provided a maximum of sustenance with a minimum of labor.
9.A brilliant green to grass-green transparent variety of beryl, used as a gemstone.
11.“A kind of aqueous sprite.” Or, it could be from “leath bhrogan,” which means “shoemaker.”
13.These large structures turn counter clockwise anywhere else in the world but Ireland, where they turn clockwise.
14.Legend says that each leaf of the clover means something: the fouth for _____.
15.Also known as “the Emerald Isle.”
17.A favorite cereal brand among many, young and old, was created in 1963, with its popular mascot, Lucky the Leprechaun.
19.A trifoliate plant used as a national emblem by the Irish
21._______ is the Irish version of loud crying at wakes practiced in several European cultures. It involves wailing and expressing endearments in Gaelic to the deceased.
22.The _______ founded Dublin in 988.
23.Soft, yellow, corrosion-resistant element, the most malleable and ductile metal, occurring in veins and alluvial deposits and recovered by mining or by panning or sluicing.
24.Grace O'Malley, known as the "Queen of the _______," commanded a ship with a crew of over 200 men off the west coast of Ireland the 1500's.

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