- n. a Christian holy day
- n. the acetylated derivative of salicylic acid; used as an analgesic anti-inflammatory drug (trade names Bayer, Empirin, and St. Joseph) usually taken in tablet form; used as an antipyretic; slows clotting of the blood by poisoning platelets
- n. a town in northwest Missouri on the Missouri River; in the 19th century it became the eastern terminus of the pony express
“The noble type and the stilted attitude of the St. Joseph suggest the St. Mark of the Salute.”
“We beg to express our sincere gratitude to Miss E.ith H. Murphy of Bay Ridge H.gh School and St. Joseph College of Brooklyn, and to Dr. C.E. McGuire of the Inter American H.gh Commission, for their revision of the original manuscript and their very valuable suggestions regarding the subject matter and the style.”
“Dr. Amanda West now worked as chief pathologist at St. Joseph Medical Center in Doylestown, not too far from Philadelphia.”
“There, at a facility grounded in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, a team of physicians led by Dr. Eric Yuhl and Dr. Duke Hanna put the little girl through a battery of tests, culminating in a pneumoencephalogram.”
“The order of Piarists, or Scuolopi, founded by St. Joseph”
“Sisters of St. Joseph of La Flêche kept the hospital established in”
“Hereabouts the writer would like to place the singularly attractive, yet a little puzzling, Madonna and Child with St. Joseph and a Shepherd, which is No. 4 in the National Gallery.”
“A more numerous order of consecrated women, presided over and governed by one “mother-general,” is that of St. Joseph de Cluny.”
“Missions (White Sisters) *, of St. Joseph of St. Vallier*, of the”
“St. Joseph Gazelle, connection with, I 33, 37, succeeds to Eugene Field's desk, on I 36”
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