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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.