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Saint

(sānt),
Charles F.M., 20th-century South African surgeon. See: Saint triad.
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"In fine," Witherspoon writes in a section called the "Athenian Creed," "I believe in the divinity of Lord S[haftesbury], the saintship of Marcus A[urelius], the perspicacity and sublimity of A[ristotle], and the perpetual duration of Mr.
of his saintship stand up in the great college at Valladolid, with a
to attain to the fruit of conversion, to attain to the fruit of once returning, to attain to the fruit of never returning, to attain to saintship. (Warren 444) Like the women who join the Buddhist order, Celia leaves her London home for the "houseless" land of Kinkanja.