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Saint Martin's,

England: see Scilly IslandsScilly Islands
, officially Isles of Scilly, archipelago and unitary authority (2001 pop. 2,153), encompassing more than 150 isles and rocky islets, off Cornwall, SW England, 28 mi (45 km) from Land's End. The archipelago has been politically separate from Cornwall since 1890.
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that's nothing, Master Thibaut, compared with the winter of 1407, when it froze from St.
Hilda pulled down her veil and they stepped out into the thick brown wash that submerged St.
He strolled up Bond Street or through the Burlington Arcade, and when he was tired went and sat down in the Park or in wet weather in the public library in St.
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The stories of his compassion for the abandoned and maltreated animals of his city best reveal the heart of St.
There were 66 neighborhood homicides last year, including the murder of 10-year-old Faheem Thomas-Childs, who was caught in the crossfire of a gang shootout as he walked to Pierce Elementary School, just one block north of St.
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Martin's, Canon Newman also serves as a chaplain to the West Midlands Fire Service and chairman of St.
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That such a profane act (with accompanying quips and laughter) would occur while the Mass had not yet concluded is representative of the attitude towards the sacred which characterizes St.
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