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, Fr. Saint-Trond, town (1991 pop. 36,994), Limburg prov., E Belgium. It is primarily an industrial center but is noted for its cherries. Sint-Truiden developed around an abbey founded in the 7th cent. by St. Trudo.
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, Belgium.
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Polyptyque et comptes de l'abbe de Saint-Trond au milieu du XIIIe siecle (Brussels, 1896; reprint, Geneva: Megariotis, 1981), vii.
See Charles Piot, ed., Cartulaire de L'abbaye de Saint-Trond. 2 vols.
For a nearly complete transcription, see Ursmer Berliere, "Guillaume de Ryckel, Abbe de Saint-Trond, et les reliques des Saints de Cologne," Revue Benedictine 16 (1899): 270-277.
For Ermentrude, who is named but not described, see George, "A Saint-Trond," 221-223 and Coens "Les saints," 410.
(79) George, "A Saint-Trond," 222 and Berliere, "Guillaume de Ryckel," 277.
Christina was born in the town of Saint-Trond in the diocese of Liege, Belgium, was orphaned as a young girl and was raised by two sisters.
Sonck was Belgium's top scorer with 30 goals last season, as unfancied Genk won the title and he leads the way once more with 23 this term, including a double in a 2-2 draw at Saint-Trond on Saturday.