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  • abbreviation Saint Paul

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  • noun (New Testament) a Christian missionary to the Gentiles; author of several Epistles in the New Testament; even though Paul was not present at the Last Supper he is considered an Apostle
  • noun capital of the state of Minnesota; located in southeastern Minnesota on the Mississippi river adjacent to Minneapolis; one of the Twin Cities

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Examples

  • Ft. Worth, 1915; master in English, St. Paul's sch.,

    Alumni History of the University of North Carolina

  • We know, too, that it was in Greek St. Paul wrote to the Romans, and from Rome St. Clement wrote to the Church of

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

  • From one thing to another they got to cathedrals, and one of them called St. Paul's

    Tom Brown at Oxford

  • When the music director for the Vancouver Olympic Games wanted to feature Canadian fiddle music in the opening ceremony, he called St. Paul's Calvin Vollrath.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • As a former Democrat, two-term St. Paul mayor and three-time candidate for statewide office in this progressive state, Coleman has learned -- sometimes the hard way

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  • Bill in St. Paul, that is a great idea about contacting Mr. Hagler!

    le french flair - French Word-A-Day

  • If the Republicans had any good sense they'd call St. Paul, cancel their convention, and throw all their weight behind Bob Barr and the Libertarians.

    Biden Offers Testament To Obama's Character And Toughness

  • The convention is in St. Paul, which is in his home state.

    Some Fighting for

  • In this regard, during a recent meeting with the clergy and parish priests of Rome, recalling St. Paul's invitation in the first letter to the Thessalonians not to quench the charisms, I said that if the Lord gives us new gifts we ought to be grateful, even though they can be uncomfortable together.

    Benedict XVI: address to Communion and Liberation

  • In this regard, during a recent meeting with the clergy and parish priests of Rome, recalling St. Paul's invitation in the first letter to the Thessalonians not to quench the charisms, I said that if the Lord gives us new gifts we ought to be grateful, even though they can be uncomfortable together.

    Archive 2007-03-01

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