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French bishop who is a patron saint of France (died in 397)

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United States actor and comedian (born in 1945)

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United States actress (1913-1990)

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United States singer (1917-1995)

any of various swallows with squarish or slightly forked tail and long pointed wings

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Schurka, the dog,' replied Martin, pointing to his new possession.
Just as Martin was entering the town he met a rough-looking peasant who was dragging a cat after him by a string which was fastened round the poor beast's neck.
Don't drown him, sell him to me instead,' begged Martin.
It was Martin who guided them to the creek, Martin who decided just where to locate their camp, Martin who, early the next morning, unloaded the wagon and made a temporary tent from its cover, and Martin who set forth on a saddleless horse in search of Peter Mall.
Blame me if Martin, here, didn't speak right up and ask me to lend 'er to you
I promised when she'd growed up and brought pigs, we'd give him back two for one," Martin hastily explained.
shouted Martin, his wrath prevailing even against that blue eye.
It was more as a demonstration of defiance against Keggs than because he really hoped that anything would come of it that Martin approached Elsa next morning after breakfast.
I don't know that I'm so set on shooting today, myself,' said Martin.
As nothing should be let to lie useless, it was well that the candle-box was thus occupied, for candles Martin never had.
and away they scrambled to prepare for Martin a sumptuous banquet.
that Arthur should have singled out Martin of all fellows for a friend.
I am so flurried, now I have got here, Martin, that I'm all in a tremble.
Martin coughed behind the dark wash-leather gloves, but expressed no sympathy; so the old lady, composing herself, trotted up Mr.
Martin, and, twisting his hand in the neck-cloth of that taciturn servitor, expressed an obliging intention of choking him where he stood.