Saint-Hubert

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Saint-Hubert

(săNtübĕr`), town (1991 pop. 5,689), Luxembourg prov., SE Belgium, in the Ardennes. It is a tourist resort. Of note is a former Benedictine abbey (reputedly founded in the 7th cent.), now housing a juvenile reformatory; St. Hubert, patron of the hunt, is buried in the abbey church (16th cent.).
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Then, throwing the end of his cigar into the ditch, he cried out vehemently: "I swear by Saint Hubert that never again will I trust myself in unknown territory with a statesman, though he be, like you, my dear d'Albon, a college mate."
Sponsored by the Saint Hubert Job and Networking Ministry and partnering parish Community Church of Long Grove.
Glance through antiques in Place du Grand Sablon or discover latest designer fashion at Galeries Saint Hubert, Galeries du Roi and Galeries de la Reine.
Chapters 2 ("The Intersecting of Cults of Saints Theodard and Lambert: Validating Bishops as Martyrs") and 3 ("The Civic Cult of Saint Hubert: Venerating Bishops as Founders") confirm how these civic texts have been written into Offices for Saints Theodard, Lambert, and Hubert (Lambert's successor, d.
Chapter 3 traces the evolution of Saint Hubert's cult in Liege over the course of approximately 800 years, examining the ways liegois clerics idealized Hubert and addressed issues of episcopal accession and relic possession among the city's secular clergy.
Les Chevaliers de Saint Hubert, formed in 2011, comprise four of the leading period horn players in Europe today.
Micro Moules, based in Saint Hubert, Quebec, Canada near Montreal, serves the Canadian, European and American markets.
"Chinese buyers are coming in for grades such as old aluminum sheet at 2, 3 or 4 cents more," remarks Warren Goldstein of Lorbec Metals Ltd., Saint Hubert, Quebec, Canada.
Not least about Saint Hubert, who, it emerged, looms large in the ecumenical branch of the field-sports lobby.