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  • n. one of the twelve Apostles (first century)

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Now my theory all along has been that Lady St. Simon was decoyed away by Flora Millar, and that she, with confederates, no doubt, was responsible for her disappearance.

    Sole Music

  • GRACE: To you, Mark Williams, why did the judge let her go to a fancy posh rehab at St. Simon ` s Island?

    CNN Transcript Nov 9, 2009

  • Jane, my whole life since I was about 4 years old, I ` ve been going down to St. Simon ` s Island on the Georgia coast.

    CNN Transcript Aug 11, 2009

  • She got out of jail saying that oh, we ` re going to take her to St. Simon ` s so she could get help.

    CNN Transcript Nov 10, 2009

  • St. Simon the Canaanite, whose feast is commonly joined with that of St.Jude. —

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • D'Eichtahl was a follower of St. Simon, and introduced Mill to the latter and to works of Auguste Comte.

    John Stuart Mill

  • It seems to me when Our Lady gave the scapular to St. Simon there was a similar significance.

    Some thoughts on wearing the Scapular of Our Lady

  • Stars might come loose, Prime Ministers be knighted, Archdukes restored, towns swallowed up by earthquakes, together with all other forms of catastrophe, so long as Jack Muskham could blend St. Simon on Speculum with the right dashes of Hampton and Bend Or; or, in accordance with a more original theory of his own, could get old

    Flowering Wilderness

  • One believes St. Simon and Benvenuto and partly believes the

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • When the drill was firmly based on the surface of the planetoid, St. Simon hauled his way back to his ship along his safety line.

    Anchorite

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