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- proper n. A city in Scotland, named after St. Andrew the Apostle. It is the home of golf.
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John O'Dowd from Sinn Fein argued that 1 May 2008 was the date agreed at the St Andrews talks for the transfer of powers.
Church of crathie, 5th September and in the College Church, St Andrews
Within three months of the St Andrews Agreement, Sinn Féin had held an Ard Fheis on policing and had fulfilled our obligations.
St Andrews well wch gives name to the town Bubbles up so quick a spring and becomes the head of two Little rivers wch Encreases a Little way off into good rivers.
Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson and Padraig Harrington will be awarded honorary degrees by the University of St Andrews on July 13, two days before the Open starts in the town.
St Andrews Hall, the Savings bank, & Art Museum, all destroyed, many of our friends have been sufferers, among them the Reids.
Jan's father was Harry Anstruther, Liberal MP for St Andrews Burghs.