end of the rainbow

end of the rainbow

the unreachable end of the earth. [Western Folklore: Misc.]
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The goals are at each end of the rainbow, and the keepers only are allowed to use their hands.
No glossy pots of gold at the end of the rainbow. There are only new beginnings."
Angela Ingersoll is an Emmy-nominated actress nationally renowned for her astonishing portrayals of Judy Garland ("End of the Rainbow," "Get Happy" on PBS).
Thinking that perhaps it is time she leaves the tree farm and the ghosts of her past behind, she sets off in her fathers peach-colored wagon in search of happiness at the end of the rainbow.
This annum, we will make like an Irish leprechaun and find that pot of entrepreneurial gold at the end of the rainbow. class="MsoNormalThe problem is that according to science, there is no end to a rainbow.
I think it's important in life that we all continue to search for the end of the rainbow. We must always continue to explore and wonder, seek out the unknown, never settling for what will do, what leaves us in a comfort zone.
Hell, why not just throw in a unicorn and a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow for good measure?The EU needs to be smart and better, Babiscaron said.
WHAT'S AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW? -- Residents, business owners, and transient workers share feelings of despair, uncertainty, and hope ahead of the closure of Boracay Island on April 26.
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. There's an iridescent dinosaur.