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  • noun Plural form of Xaverian.

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Examples

  • At the time of his death the Xaverians were firmly settled in Belgium,

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  • In 1860, after holding the office of Superior General of the Xaverians for twenty-seven years, he was relieved of his duties on account of failing strength.

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  • The Rev. Robert Maloney, provincial of the Xaverians who worked closely on Callander's settlement, said Pezzotti was allowed to stay in Brazil for another decade and work with children after a psychological evaluation.

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  • The Rev. Robert Maloney, provincial of the Xaverians who worked closely on Callander's settlement, said Pezzotti was allowed to stay in Brazil for another decade and work with children after a psychological evaluation.

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  • The Xaverians settled the case for $175,000 in 1993.

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  • The Rev. Robert Maloney, provincial of the Xaverians who worked closely on Callander's settlement, said Pezzotti was allowed to stay in Brazil for another decade and work with children after a psychological evaluation.

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  • Nash received a $75,000 out-of-court settlement in 2005 from the Xaverians.

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  • The Xaverians settled the case for $175,000 in 1993.

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  • In 1998 William Nash told the Xaverians that Tully abused him while he was a 21-year-old student at the Xaverian Seminary in Milwaukee between 1986 and 1988.

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  • Callander says he is coming forward now because the Xaverians failed to keep their promise that Pezzotti would not be around children.

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