Saint John's

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a port and provincial capital of Newfoundland

the capital and largest city of Antigua and Barbuda

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Brett Dodds put Saint John's on their way, Andrew Soulsby making the halftime score 2-0.
(132) The picture as well as the subheading for this advertisement draws a connection between the vitality of youth, the hopes for postwar peace and prosperity, and Saint John's potential as a modern industrial centre: "Saint John offers All Modern Facilities for the Exchange of Products between Canada and All Countries of the Peace-Loving World." Like the Labour Day tributes, moreover, Mr.
It was a bad day for the visiting saint John's players and they were already 3-0 behind by the time they got up to full strength after a couple of players arrived late.
"The school is clearly balancing program and facilities improvements as the Board of Trustees and Headmaster seek the resources necessary to keep Saint John's in its place as a premier school in central Massachusetts.''
John's Abbey in Minnesota and Donald Jackson of Wales, the Saint John's Bible is scheduled to be finished later this year.
Saint John's busy shipping business meant that New Brunswickers could also readily take a ship to any point on the globe.
One Heart One Soul Many Communities preserves the essential discussions and attempts to answer fundamental questions at the annual Monastic Institute of 2006, sponsored by Saint John's University specifically to offer educational and spiritual enrichment for American monastics and everyone curious about monastic spirituality and practical implementation.
Koopmann has been a professor of music at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University since 1975, and served as fine arts division head from 2006-2009.
The Saint John's Bible follows in the tradition of the painstakingly crafted manuscripts of the Middle Ages.
Saint John's University, an all-male school in a coordinate relationship with its sister school, the College of Saint Benedict, has been involved in men's studies through its membership in the American Men's Studies Association (AMSA) and by offering a bachelor of arts minor in gender and women's studies.
Exquisitely handwritten and illuminated by Donald Jackson, Pentateuch: The Saint John's Bible is as much a work of art as it is a religious text.
Jackson is five years through the seven-year $3.4 million US ($3.8 million Cdn) project commissioned by the Benedictine Saint John's Abbey and the Saint John's University in Minnesota.
in criminal justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice as well as a business management degree from Saint John's University.
Saint John's head had been thrown into the Thames to make room for it.
Gabriel Ludlow, a New York Loyalist, served as Saint John's chief magistrate from 1785 to 1796.
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