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There may be a chance to catch a Leprechaun and find some gold at the end of the rainbow.
And Price is expected to fight Alexander Povetkin on the same bill, with the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow potentially being a shot at the 29-year-old Olympic champion, providing he beats his challenger on the same night.
There's not a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Among other goings-on, John Charlton describes a pilot project that's funding libraries in South Africa, as well as a European Commission plot to reform copyright law for--you guessed it--the "pots of gold" at the end of the rainbow.
Karla Uphoff is hoping for a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
At the end of the rainbow before 42,000 fans at St James', Marks was caught by a TV camera crying on the consoling shoulders of a colleague and consequently went down in FA Cup history.
With luck Big Momma will see the funny side of our search and for her there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow in the shape of a brand new car.
To him they were more than decent covers that were convenient; they were the prize at the end of the rainbow.
TODAY is St Patrick's Day and word is out that a mischievous magical leprechaun is descending on the kingdom and is bringing along his pot of gold for everyone to share at the end of the rainbow.
So exactly how many people even knew of the existence of the state's latest pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, aka the medical malpractice fund surplus?
You need to go within and trust your heart to give you the right answers and this way you find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Graham Young discovers good food at the end of the rainbow when he visits The Bull's Head in Hall Green.
Reviewer Gerald Schmitz wrote: "In this affair of the heart there's no begging your pardon, and no ranch rose garden at the end of the rainbow either.
They are hoping to find VIDEO gold at the end of the rainbow with incredible images of Ireland's shyest citizens.