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.
Instrumentation Technology and Process Technology students were invited at Lamar State College-Port Arthur to apply for full-time employment and part-time internships presently available at their plant, Charles Eaves and James Landry, the production superintendent and control operations supervisor, respectively, at the natural gas-fueled power station on the east end of the Rainbow Bridge.
He added: "It's like they found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
He'll never disappoint and doesn't here with that aching bluesy-tinged trademark soul characterised with the opening cut Open The Door (To Your Heart) through the piano-caressed, nostalgia-riddled Goin' Down To Monte Carlo and the soft swing of Close Enough For Jazz right through to the top track, the pure soft-edged bliss of End Of The Rainbow that really is a musical pot of gold.
Irish eyes will be smiling to see some green savings, especially for the couple who's looking for that pot 'o gold at the end of the rainbow.
One; the kind of story she's on about reminds me of jobs I done back in the day, and let me tell you, there were bad f***in people at the end of the rainbow on that one.
Old nuclear station didn't bring riches IN response to today's (7 April) front page, a report released in the run up to the general election promising thousands of jobs and a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
There's a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow for Cravers everywhere who have made it known that the Veggie Slider should continue to be offered as one of the hot and tasty sandwiches on the White Castle menu," said Jamie Richardson, White Castle vice president.
END OF THE RAINBOW February 23 - 27 Celebrating the life of musical legend Judy Garland, End of the Rainbow is a fiercely funny and emotionally charged new play charting the iconic star's explosive London comeback at the height of the swinging 1960s.
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.