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St. Bernard

a very large (110-200 lb) dog with massive, broad head, medium-sized ears lying close to the head, and a long tail. There are two varieties, the most familiar (rough) has a long, thick coat, while the smooth variety has a shorter coat, lying close to the body. The breed is predisposed to osteogenic sarcoma, ectropion, entropion, hip dysplasia, osteochondrosis, hemophilia and congestive cardiomyopathy.
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Saint Bernard (shorthaired).
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Mary appears to Saint Bernard after he beseeches Her in prayer and the first words She utters to him are about Her suffering: "Dios te salve la mi alma lacdrada" (18, vv.
Now, at Orchard, we really hate to have to disagree with any of the leading thinkers of the 12th century, but we think Saint Bernard was missing the point on this one.
A murderer's three-piece suit and polished shoes, the red bandanna around the neck of a Saint Bernard, and an intricate description of the process for extracting sugar from beets convey the same sense of immediacy previously achieved in La repentie (1999; see WLT 74:2, p.
On average, a medium-sized dog will now cost USD170 to transport, up from about USD50, while a large dog, such as a Saint Bernard, could cost anywhere up to USD400 for mileage-based cargo according to the Wall Street Journal.
Saint Bernard of Clairvaux observed that the "spiritual life is like living water that springs up from the very depths of our own personal spiritual experience.
Le Maroc de Matisse runs at the Institut du Monde Arabe 1, Rue des Fosses Saint bernard 75005, Paris until 30 January 2000.
Even though great saints of the church--Saint Ambrose, Saint Jerome, and particularly Saint Bernard of Clairvaux--write admirably of Saint Jude, and others such as Saint Bridget of Sweden were known to be devoted to him, devotion to Saint Jude did not become widespread until this century.
As you'd expect from Mercedes the engine is smooth, quiet and more reliable than a Saint Bernard.
I name her Giganta, the Saint Bernard of the Lacondon jungle.
But best of all, he liked to pass out great, big, sloppy Saint Bernard kisses afterwards.
It's as big as a Saint Bernard but also extremely fragile.