SANTA


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SANTA

[′san·tə]
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Now Santa Claus spied Polychrome, and trotted over to where she stood.
Lucy said that this was most kind, and at once opened the Baedeker, to see where Santa Croce was.
The upper plain of Santa Cruz slopes up to a height of 3000 feet at the foot of the Cordillera.
Woe is me," cried the housekeeper, "is it the prayer of Santa Apollonia you would have me say?
Say, it's only twelve miles to Santa Rosa, and the horses are fresh.
A wretched little strip of country like Florida to dare to compare itself to Texas, who, in place of selling herself, asserted her own independence, drove out the Mexicans in March 2, 1846, and declared herself a federal republic after the victory gained by Samuel Houston, on the banks of the San Jacinto, over the troops of Santa Anna
Among other things, Billy learned that the stallion's name was Barbarossa, that the driver was the owner, and that Santa Rosa was his headquarters.
Nicholas, or Santa Claus, as he is termed, were never forgotten among the inhabitants of New York, until the emigration from New England brought in the opinions and usages of the Puritans, like the “bon homme de Noel.
Cerre, his other leader, had likewise been in expeditions to Santa Fe, in which he had endured much hardship.
On the morrow Santa Clara too was retouched more than once.
The Company had plantations on the Santa Cruz Islands, hundreds of miles across the sea, and there it sent its Solomon Islands' incorrigibles.
That we had lived to see his dust in honored sepulture in the church of Santa Croce we owed to a society of literati, and not to Florence or her rulers.