Saint George's


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

Saint George's

or

Saint George,

town (1991 pop. 4,439), capital of GrenadaGrenada
, independent state within the Commonwealth of Nations (2015 est. pop. 107,000), 133 sq mi (344 sq km), in the Windward Islands, West Indies. The state includes the island of Grenada (120 sq mi/311 sq km) and the southern half of the archipelago known as the Grenadines,
..... Click the link for more information.
, in the West Indies. A port town on a deep and beautiful harbor, it is the administrative headquarters of the country and a growing tourist center. Chief exports are cacao, nutmeg, and mace. St. George's was the capital of the former British colony of the Windward Islands.
References in periodicals archive ?
In the 14th century, King Edward III, a big fan of Saint George's story, made the decision to install him as the patron saint of England.
This is always a popular event, because people like tradition, and they want to celebrate all that Saint George's Day stands for.
As an enormous grey dragon stormed down the precinct towards a terrified medieval damsel, the Lord Mayor of Coventry Coun Gary Crookes explained why the annual Saint George's Day event is m L Cou expla Sain so im so important.
Mayor of Rugby Tony Gillias - a former Speedway rider - celebrates Saint George's Day in the town centre
The most common compliment the parents paid was a reference to Saint George's "family-like feel.
The use of faith to create a family atmosphere complements Saint George's choice to have multi-graded classrooms, providing cooperative learning opportunities for students in a familial setting.
38) Still, Saint George's prominence must also be explained in terms of the crusaders' widespread acceptance of him as both a warrior-saint and as an intercessor before arriving at Ramla.
When combined with the Gesta account, reports such as this strongly suggest that it was the lay participants of the Crusade who acknowledged Saint George's special position among the warrior-saints, and it was they who decided to honor the saint's burial place with the foundation of a diocese.
For the second year in succession, the Birmingham Saint George's Day Association, in conjunction with Birmingham City Council, will be presenting a Celebrating England concert at Symphony Hall.
Youngsters from Saint George's School will re-enact life in Ladywood during Stuart times, whilst Andy Casserley will sing English folk songs.
Shakespeare's decision to downplay Saint George's intercesso ry powers at Agincourt is all the more striking in light of historical texts that specify that a vision of George appeared above the battlefield.
Celebrate Saint George's Day, in England's countryside.