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St. Vitus,

patron saint against oversleeping, danger from animals, and of actors.
St. Vitus dance - chorea and dancing mania.
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Jack Straw's demented pogoing in the early hours of yesterday, in a style halfway between punk and St Vitus, may not technically have constituted an act of terrorism, but it certainly terrorised the life out of me.
ABOVE: A typical evening street scene in the centre of Lisbon with its grand streets LEFT TOP: Prague Castle and other government buildings, topped by St Vitus Cathedral LEFT BOTTOM: The rooftop spires and domes of the Kremlin in Moscow
St Dominic Savio champions juvenile delinquents, St Vitus looks after comedy (have you seen him dance?
Begin at the national museum, head down to Wenceslas Square, keep going until you cross the Vltava River by the medieval Charles Bridge, then head up the hill on the other side to the castle and St Vitus cathedral.
Vampires is a St Vitus Dance shake, rattle and roll with the devil.
We visit the Italian-style Vrtbovska Garden with its ornamental hedges, Prague's cathedral, St Vitus, where Czech royalty is crowned and the city's castle which, with a footprint bigger than seven football pitches, is the largest ancient castle in the world.
As a child she was physically and mentally abused by her mother who was a high-class prostitute and because of the beatings she developed St Vitus Dance, which is now known as chorea, which is an involuntary twitching and spasming of the body.
A turn-of-the-century celebrity, she did this while suffering from St Vitus Dance, a disorder caused by childhood rheumatic fever which causes spasms in the hands, feet and face.
Warhol grew up in an industrialised Pittsburgh and spent a couple of years in bed with St Vitus Dance, a condition which affects the central nervous system.
Campbell's Warhol grew up in an industrialised Pittsburgh and spent a couple of years in bed with St Vitus Dance, a condition which affects the central nervous system.
The castle buildings represent virtually every architectural style of the last millennium, and include the Gothic St Vitus Cathedral, Romanesque Basilica of St George, a monastery and several palaces.