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Japanese crossword «Shamrock»



Size: 20x20Picture:7/10Difficulty:4/10Added:18.03.23Author: mindscrub



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Anaderol (19 March 2023, 1:19) complain
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May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow, and may trouble avoid you wherever you go.
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Sandrabulando (21 March 2023, 0:50) complain
That is so nice! Is it the Irish way to wish someone well?
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Ageleni (19 March 2023, 1:50) complain
ALMOST timely!
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Chorton (19 March 2023, 3:13) complain
Well he probably made it on the 17th!
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nono-nono (19 March 2023, 21:01) complain
An lá when Pádraig used a seamróg to explain Trinity
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Author mindscrub (19 March 2023, 6:38) complain
I was like 2 minutes past the cutoff...
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Chorton (19 March 2023, 3:14) complain
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Do not like outline pics, but this was nice. thanks.
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Chorton (19 March 2023, 3:14) complain
AND seeing as I have to do Every mindscrub one anyway!
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Author mindscrub (19 March 2023, 6:19) complain
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I get it; I try to keep them to a minimum, but...
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name (19 March 2023, 14:46) complain
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Suits my timeline - I'm so far behind ;-)
But where's the fourth petal? (I couldn't find a single lucky shamrock in our local dollar store - no 4-leaf clover this year!)
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Author mindscrub (19 March 2023, 17:59) complain
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Well, keep in mind that the shamrock is said to have been used by St Patrick to illustrate the Christian Holy Trinity. Bars in Ireland are never decorated for St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland with four-leaf instead of three-leaf clovers. The luck associated with four-leaf clovers is unrelated to the luck of the Irish.
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Dervil (19 March 2023, 21:10) complain
Well done mindscrub, being Irish, I'm delighted to see a proper 3 leafed shamrock!! Nothing more annoying than the U.S. habit of using 4 leafed clover instead of our own national symbol. As you rightly pointed out - no connection with that at all. It's as bad as referring to St. Patrick's Day (or Paddy's Day) as St. Patty's Day - we've never heard of Patty!!
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Author mindscrub (19 March 2023, 22:15) complain
It helped that I'm Irish by marriage, but I try to be accurate in all national representations ;-)
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Dervil (19 March 2023, 22:35) complain
;) Cool, love your stuff here too! Always high quality.
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Jenn (19 March 2023, 20:05) complain
I love it! I always know yours are going to be good.
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Chorton (20 March 2023, 1:44) complain
I think our daily method of doing these is look for a mindscrub first!
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swford (20 March 2023, 19:50) complain
Yes, indeed! Always enjoyable!
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The-Nono-Gram (21 March 2023, 1:47) complain
So true!
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Chorton (21 March 2023, 3:01) complain
It used to be yec!! sigh.
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The-Nono-Gram (21 March 2023, 4:08) complain
Indeed it was a toss up.
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Krande (20 March 2023, 20:52) complain
Nice puzzle and thank you for the leaf explanation!
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Kasting (4 April 2023, 11:03) complain
I think properly it's faux stone.
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Smiths (23 June 2023, 18:00) complain
I found this one tricky
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Llyn (4 February 2024, 5:33) complain
Love it, well done and also thanks for the explanation.
Many thanks!
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