Anthony


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Anthony

Saint. ?251--?356 ad, Egyptian hermit, commonly regarded as the founder of Christian monasticism. Feast day: Jan. 17
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This morning he made two or three exits worthy of Didier or Anthony.
He had ingeniously adopted the name of Anthony, as resembling in sound the one she herself had given him in her letters.
For a world Julia could not have said more; and Miss Emmerson thought that she had said quite as much as the occasion required; but Miss Emmerson, it will be remembered, supposed their driver to be Anthony Sandford.
There is lust, of course: even the saints had to fight that--Saint Anthony and others.
Altogether different is the method of Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) in his fifty novels.
This clearly referred to Captain Anthony of the Ferndale.
Anthony, but she spoke with a slight Italian accent, and Flambeau did not doubt that Anthony was a Norfolk version of some more Latin name.
By the force of the true Catholic faith St Anthony won upon the fishes.
Old Anthony Rockwall, retired manufacturer and proprietor of Rockwall's Eureka Soap, looked out the library window of his Fifth Avenue mansion and grinned.
I made a forage or two among the Cherokees, when I was a lad myself; and I followed mad Anthony,[*] one season, through the beeches; but there was altogether too much tatooing and regulating among his troops for me; so I left him without calling on the paymaster to settle my arrearages.
Anthony, as he called them, and a great rabble with them, bringing along with them the true widow that I was pretended to be; and they came sweating and blowing into the shop, and with a great deal of triumph, dragging the poor creature in the most butcherly manner up towards their master, who was in the back shop, and cried out aloud, 'Here's the widow, sir; we have catcher her at last.
Anthony Humm, a converted fireman, now a schoolmaster, and occasionally an itinerant preacher; and the secretary was Mr.