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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. Martin's Day until Candlemas!
Hilda pulled down her veil and they stepped out into the thick brown wash that submerged St. Martin's Lane.
Jos was so comfortably situated in St. Martin's Lane, he could enjoy his hookah there with such perfect ease, and could swagger down to the theatres, when minded, so agreeably, that, perhaps, he would have remained altogether at the Slaughters' had not his friend, the Major, been at his elbow.
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. Martin's Lane.
One was in a court close to St. Martin's Church - at the back of the church, - which is now removed altogether.
Myanmar Ambassador Lwin acknowledged the matter, saying that it was a 'mistake' to show the St. Martin's Island as part of their own territory.
SCORERS ST. MARTIN'S: D Waters (0-1), P Kelly (0-1); J Firman (0-2), Joe O'Connor (1-1), Jack O'Connor (0-1); C Lyng (1-2), R O'Connor (0-5, 4f), J Coleman (0-3).
That's because up until the 17th century, St. Martin's was the only church in Birmingham, which was then a small village that grew into a thriving market town.
What's interesting about Gary St. Martin's move is that Gary originally brought the RE/MAX real estate system and name to Westford and Chelmsford twenty years ago.
The wound did not heal properly and a thin opening called a fistula (FIS-chu-lah) was left between St. Martin's stomach and his side.
C2 Imports, founded by long-time Anheuser-Busch executive Charles Cindric (above right) recently introduced the St. Martin's Abbey brands into the New York market.
St. Martin's image is found in a ruined church, having been deliberately buried by its worshippers in the troubled times at the turn of the fifteenth century, according to the director's commentary.