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  • n. Plural form of Ursuline.


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  • The Ursulines were a French order and I ran across their school in New Orleans.

    UFO and Paranormal News

  • And all this because the Abbess of the Ursulines is your niece. "

    Cinq Mars — Complete

  • What's more, she's the patron saint of students, which sparked the Order of Ursulines founded in 1535 and its worldwide work to educate young girls.

    Bob Schulman: St. Ursula And The Virgins Of The Caribbean

  • There are ear-wigs in the timber-yards of the Ursulines, there are millepeds in the Pantheon, there are tadpoles in the ditches of the

    Les Miserables

  • Countess of Croye, the latter attended, as on the preceding occasion, by the Countess of Crevecoeur and the Abbess of the Ursulines, were summoned to the presence of the Princes, and heard from the mouth of Charles of

    Quentin Durward

  • She wandered down Bourbon Street, but the bright lights and loud celebratory atmosphere conflicted with her mood, so she turned off on Ursulines.

    I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone

  • On January 18, 1642, Madeleine-Euphrosine was the godmother of an Indian at the Ursulines in Quebec.

    Champlain's Dream

  • Hmm...wasn't William of Bearskerville's sister the founder of the Ursulines?

    PSU MARF & WMAM: A festival of acronyms

  • Croissant D'or on Ursulines had far superior baked goods.

    It's the coffee!

  • The pro- and anti-ursines no, not Ursulines get down and dirty in France.

    Archive 2008-08-01


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