Saint George

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Saint George

 (sānt jôrj)
A city of southwest Utah on the Virgin River. It was established by Mormons as a cotton center during the Civil War.
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Noun1.Saint George - Christian martyrSaint George - Christian martyr; patron saint of England; hero of the legend of Saint George and the Dragon in which he slew a dragon and saved a princess (?-303)
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The two were called respectively The Humming Bee, and The Red Cross Knight.
Half-an-hour passed--forty minutes--and then I heard another horn and another clatter--and the Red Cross Knight rattled up to the hotel door at full speed.
Thus in the fight of the Red Cross Knight with his special enemy, the dragon, where, of course, the Knight must be victorious, it is evident that without the author's help the dragon is incomparably the stronger.