• Pat Terrell

    Patrick Christopher Terrell (born March 18, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee) is a former American football safety in the NFL for the Los Angeles Rams, New York Jets, Carolina Panthers, and Green Bay Packers. He played college football at the University of Notre Dame.

  • Pat Quinn

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  • Pat Rushin

    Pat Rushin (born 1953) is an American screenwriter and creative writing professor at the University of Central Florida where he has served as the editor of The Florida Review . Rushin's novella, The Call, inspired the screenplay he wrote for The Zero Theorem directed by Terry Gilliam.

  • Pat Quartermain

    Pat Quartermain (born 16 April 1937) is an English former footballer who played for Oxford United and Cambridge United. During his spell at Oxford, he played 285 league games. Although joining Oxford United in 1955 as an amateur, he didn't turn professional until 1962 when the team joined The Football League.

  • Pat Glendon

    Patrick Glendon (10 March 1895 - 22 June 1967) was an Irish hurler. Usually lining out as at corner-back, he was a member of the Kilkenny team that won the 1922 All-Ireland Championship.

  • Pat McGroder

    Patrick J. McGroder, Jr. (1904–1986) was an American football executive. He served as the interim general manager of the Buffalo Bills in 1983.

  • Pat Sin Leng

    Pat Sin Leng

    Pat Sin Leng is a mountain range in the northeast New Territories of Hong Kong, located within the Pat Sin Leng Country Park. The name Pat Sin Leng literally means "Ridge of the Eight Immortals ", who are famous xian ("immortals; transcendents; fairies") in Chinese Mythology, and symbolizes the eight peaks along the Pat Sin Leng mountain range, each named after a different Immortal.

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