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- n. A player on the team "The St. Louis Cardinals".
- n. A player on the team "Arizona Cardinals".
- n. A sports team or a player on a sports team at Stanford University.
- n. A student or player on a sports team at the University of Louisville.
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To the members of this body was now specially arrogated the term Cardinal, a name hitherto applicable to all clergy ordained and appointed to a definite church.
And latest greatest, Hawke and speculation about his HEA (a certain Cardinal Psy!).
I also understand where the good Cardinal is coming from.
The Cardinal is still looking for a reliable punt-returner.
How ironic, and sad, that the argument rebutted by the Cardinal is still being used by so many, including some Catholics, who insist that attempting to overturn "Roe v. Wade" is not only improbable, but surely a waste of time.
Perhaps part of the answer is found in Cardinal George's remark, "It's hard to disagree with him because he'll always tell you he agrees with you."
His first interception led to Tony Dixon's 7-yard touchdown run that put the Wildcats up 20-2, and Kentucky's Myron Pryor later pounced on Cantwell's fumble and rumbled 72 yards for a score to send the third-largest crowd in Cardinal Stadium history streaking to the exit.
Verna J. Payne of Beaumont points out her grandson, Quenton Woods, as the Central High School band moves into the stands in Cardinal Stadium at Lamar University in Beaumont on Friday, Sept. 7, 2007.
Football fans for both teams (clockwise from top, left) Kayla Bridges, Paige Nealy, Kiera Bridges, Teria Lavergne and Chelsea Carrier huddle under an umbrella before a high school football game in Cardinal Stadium at Lamar University in Beaumont on Friday, Aug. 31, 2007.
Ozen's Cory Lewis (No. 11) gets facemasked by West Brook's Adorian Underwood (No. 44, left) during a high school football game in Cardinal Stadium.
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