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Pat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (334 words)
Pat was a fictional character created and performed by Julia Sweeney for the American sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live.
Pat was a somewhat overweight, sexually ambiguous character with short, curly fl hair who wore glasses and a blue western-style shirt with tan slacks.
Pat also has a brief rock and roll career in the film and plays with the band Ween.
Pat Adkins Obituary (932 words)
Pat and his four brothers and sisters had a challenging time in their early years and the family had to survive on very little through the war years.
PatÂ’s main interest was archaeology and through his enthusiasm and determined hard work he discovered, excavated and recorded a number of sites, some of national importance, mainly around the Blackwater estuary area in Essex.
Pat was a member of Archaeological groups in both Colchester and Maldon, where he made many friends, especially on the early MAG digs at Lofts Farm and the Maldon southern bypass site.
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