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Pat·rick

(pat'rik),
Hugh T., U.S. neurologist, 1860-1938. See: Patrick test.
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The defendant had told the court that he went to Patrick's house to offer him a female pig but was informed by Patrick's wife that he travelled.
Parish priest Father Patrick O'Neill, a native of County Tipperary, told the children they were honouring a tradition that stretches back for many generations.
So what are the origins ofSt Patrick's Day, why do we celebrate it and what about the leprechauns?
As his defence case began at Manchester Crown Court, Mr Patrick told jurors he had been 'framed' for the death of Mr Grimshaw.
Dan Patrick, Collier is hoping he's popular in a lot of rooms that look like this one -- where after hearing from him, education-focused voters in a reliably red county said in interviews that they planned to vote for Republican Gov.
THDA, which specialises in the design of civil engineering infrastructure for development schemes including major highways, estate roads, earthworks modelling and flood risk assessments, now officially trades as Patrick Parsons.
Patrick was riding his bike back into a large block of Muhlenberg County public hunting land to scout for deer.
"First, I observed that we might be the oldest row," Patrick joked in a posting on social media.
They cried and hugged each other after the 27-year-old Reed buried the winning four-footer on 18-after Patrick watched in horror his downhill putt from some 25 feet seemingly going unstoppable from its breakneck speed.
Born in Northern Ireland during the Troubles, Patrick grew up in a war zone but says he "only really saw violence on the telly" - until it affected him personally in 1988.
Born in Northern Ireland during the Troubles, Patrick grew up in a war zone, but says he "only really saw violence on the telly" - until it affected him personally in 1988.