Eventually Congress learned the NSA was also snooping on U.S. citizens through programs code named Minaret and shamrock.
A fellow-countryman of mine designed a shamrock in blue lobelia.
I am sorry to say that Shakespeare does not mention the shamrock at all.
I got a post as typist in a city office and I drifted to shamrock House.
As it was she went back to shamrock House with a lightened heart.
The name "shamrock" is an old Irish word, written "seamragg," and means a little "trefoil."
She turned at the bottom of shamrock House steps and held out her hand to him.
Then he said nothing—but just put the rose and shamrock into my hand.
"Pets are strictly against the rules in shamrock House," she reminded her.
The shamrock's Erin's badge by law,Where'er her sons be found.
1570s, from Irish seamrog, diminutive of seamar "clover." Cf. Gaelic seamrag "trefoil."