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Saint

(sānt),
Charles F.M., 20th-century South African surgeon. See: Saint triad.
References in classic literature ?
I thought," quoth Little John, "that thou hadst missed, in some odd corner of thy pouch, the money that the blessed Saint had sent thee.
Being holy men, I trust that ye would not belie your word so pledged, therefore I know the good Saint Dunstan hath sent this in answer to my prayers.
Saints Behaving Badly The Cutthroats, Crooks, Trollops, Con Men, and Devil-Worshippers Who Became Saints WRITTEN BY Thomas J.
We thought that it would be an excellent idea to somehow incorporate Saint James' work into our products," says Dixon, who sought out Saint James to help with her Los Angeles-based business.
In Graham Greene's novel, The Power and the Glory, the alcoholic hero-priest dies confessing that to be a saint is all that matters.
Lebron was recognized at the 25th Annual Business & Labor Awards Dinner hosted by the Friends of Saint Dominic's for his perseverance in overcoming a youth filled with obstacles: a life threatening tumor, loss of one parent, hospitalization of another and living with a family who neglected his needs.
Solid and sentimental, with a pleasant blend of comedy and pathos, Saint Ralph is the product of Telefilm Canada's new emphasis on funding films with commercial potential.
Some bishops, like Archbishop Michael Sheehan of Santa Fe, New Mexico have taken this as a directive that requires saint names for all Baptisms and Confirmations.
Yet, despite his accomplishments, Saint George still had black blood coursing through his veins--and no one was going to let him forget it.
Together with the earlier evidence of Margherita's tomb and the panel paintings of her life and activities, these recovered images, having offered the Cortonese vivid portrayals of rescues and healings performed by their miracle-working saint, now support a study intended for much wider appeal.
Elements such as the centrality of the Bible, an emphasis on the Christian view of history, references to past models of sanctity and claims that the saint had changed life on earth in some significant way remain intact.
To mention but a few results, Sufism and wilaya do not always coincide, the teaching of a saint can challenge orthodox positions and practices in astonishing ways, and sharifism (descent from the prophet) can be an important condition without, however, always being a necessary requirement.