A Four Leaf Clover is not a Shamrock.
Дата: 17.03.2017 23:08:08
The_Chieftain: I think part of the problem is that although clover is very common, most folks don't see shamrock except insofar as it's in pictures. As a result, absent scale, they confuse the one with the other. Shamrock is far smaller than typical clover (albeit still a type of clover). Apparently the chances of a clover being 4-leafed are one in ten thousand, so I don't see why it is impossible for there to be a four-leafed shamrock. I have never seen one, but I can't say I've ever spent a whole hell of a lot of time looking for it. Still, the point is made, shamrocks are typically three-leafed. WoWS has it correct this year. Allegra, it's not common, but "Fatherland" is not incorrect in the Russian context.