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  • verb Present participle of saint.


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  • Of course FOx is going to go through the same sainting we had with Russert so it will be hard to turn on the TV over the next week or so. —

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  • It is widely recognized around the world that neither sinning or sainting has much to do with securing food and shelter and raising an honest, happy, healthy family.

    Sinners and Saints

  • And so, in reviewing what was in our long run a rainbow trail round the curve of the world, though I shall try to write from the height of my head, making honest this document, as he would have it, without sainting his humanness, I know I shall find myself most often directed from the depth of my heart toward a bountiful estimate of his abounding lovableness, charm, and variety.


  • Just two months later, Pope Benedict XVI, a longtime close associate, waived the traditional five-year "cooling-off period" to kick off the process of sainting the Polish pope.

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