St. George

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Noun1.St. George - Christian martyrSt. 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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Akin to the adventure of Perseus and Andromeda --indeed, by some supposed to be indirectly derived from it --is that famous story of St.
The first three books tell the adventures of the Red Cross Knight St.
The story goes on to tell how the Knight, who is the Red Cross Knight St.
In it Spenser has made great use of the legend of St.
And his wife dealt out stockings, and calico shirts, and smock frocks, and comforting drinks to the old folks with the "rheumatiz," and good counsel to all; and kept the coal and clothes' clubs going, for yule-tide, when the bands of mummers came round, dressed out in ribbons and coloured paper caps, and stamped round the Squire's kitchen, repeating in true sing-song vernacular the legend of St.
We set out the 5th day of August, 1706, and arrived at Fort St.
Announcing his intention to the bachelor, he asked his advice as to the quarter in which he ought to commence his expedition, and the bachelor replied that in his opinion he ought to go to the kingdom of Aragon, and the city of Saragossa, where there were to be certain solemn joustings at the festival of St.
England does, however, have a popular patron saint, St.
Today, May 6th was a wonderful celebration with Archimandrite Jack-Nobel, our Taybeh parish priest of St.
They married on September 10, 1949 and had two children, Deborah Ann St.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the beginning of St.