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Mens Stainless Steel Claddagh Engraved Spinner Band
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"His Stainless Steel band features an unexpected twist! The outer band spins smoothly to display the traditional Claddagh motif."
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A Limerick Is a Simple Verse Seldom Windy-Often Terse

There was a young lady from Lynn
Who was so exceedingly thin
That when she assayed
To drink lemonade
She slipped through the straw
and fell in.
(1950)

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There once wqs a peg-logged sot
Who started to dance the gavotte,
His wooden leg crumbled;
Said he as he tumbled:
"It's termites, believe it or not."
(1950)

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There was an old man at the Cape
Who made himself garments of crape;
When asked "Will they tear?"
He replied "Here and there,
But they keep such a beautiful
shape."

(Appeared in column by FRANK COLBY - Oakland Tribune, Sunday, Aug. 27, 1950)

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