Definitions

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  • noun Christian martyr; patron saint of England; hero of the legend of Saint George and the Dragon in which he slew a dragon and saved a princess (?-303)

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Examples

  • First she phoned the Hanksville branch of the Bureau of Land Management BLM and left a message; then she called the St. George police and filed a report.

    127 Hours

  • First she phoned the Hanksville branch of the Bureau of Land Management BLM and left a message; then she called the St. George police and filed a report.

    127 Hours

  • First she phoned the Hanksville branch of the Bureau of Land Management BLM and left a message; then she called the St. George police and filed a report.

    127 Hours

  • First she phoned the Hanksville branch of the Bureau of Land Management BLM and left a message; then she called the St. George police and filed a report.

    Between a Rock and a Hard Place

  • The centre of the projected town he called St. George's Square: in this he intended to rear a church and town hall, and the quarters of the main guard: the open space he designed for a market.

    The History of Tasmania, Volume I

  • Ralph lived in a neighborhood called St. George, on the northeastern tip of the island overlooking Upper New York Bay with a postcard view of Manhattan just across the water.

    Crystal Death

  • Ralph lived in a neighborhood called St. George, on the northeastern tip of the island overlooking Upper New York Bay with a postcard view of Manhattan just across the water.

    Crystal Death

  • Ralph lived in a neighborhood called St. George, on the northeastern tip of the island overlooking Upper New York Bay with a postcard view of Manhattan just across the water.

    Crystal Death

  • Toby at Three Lives was the first to introduce me to the concept of Book and Lovers Day, April 23 -- the traditional birthdate of both Cervantes and Shakespeare, and the feast day of St. George, which is celebrated with gifts of books and flowers in Barcelona.

    Thursday tidbits: Surveys, World Book Day

  • Toby at Three Lives was the first to introduce me to the concept of Book and Lovers Day, April 23 -- the traditional birthdate of both Cervantes and Shakespeare, and the feast day of St. George, which is celebrated with gifts of books and flowers in Barcelona.

    Archive 2008-04-10

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