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Google Doodle

The different variations of the logo on the Google home page that the company uses for different seasons or special days such as birthdays of famous people. Google Doodles are very clever, and people look forward to them. See Google.


St. Patrick's Day Doodle
This Google Doodle was Google's home page logo on March 17, 2005.
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