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Mar·ist

 (mâr′ĭst, măr′-)
n.
1. A member of the Society of Mary, a congregation of Roman Catholic missionary priests founded in 1836.
2. A member of the Little Brothers of Mary, a Roman Catholic teaching congregation founded in 1817.

[French Mariste, from Marie, the Virgin Mary, from Late Latin Maria; see marionette.]
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Marist

(ˈmɛərɪst) RC Church
n
1. (Roman Catholic Church) a member of the Society of Mary, a religious congregation founded in 1824
2. (Education) NZ a teacher or pupil in a school belonging to the Marist Order
3. (Roman Catholic Church) NZ a teacher or pupil in a school belonging to the Marist Order
adj
(Roman Catholic Church) of a Marist
[C19: from French Mariste, from Marie Mary (the virgin)]
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Mar•ist

(ˈmɛər ɪst, ˈmær-)

n.
a member of a Roman Catholic religious order founded in Lyons, France, in 1816 for missionary and educational work in the name of the Virgin Mary.
[1875–80; < French Mariste]
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Upon returning "quite happily" to Malawi in 2009, he decided that, with Malawian Marists running the schools, it was time to move forward on a new project.
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"As a boarder in a Marist school during my secondary education, I fell in love with the Marist Brothers' way of life, of dedication to the youth, especially the ones in need," he said.
Dostie was raised 50 miles north of the American border, and didn't speak English until he attended Marist College.
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Henry Keeney followed with a win in the 500 free, and the North 200 free relay beat out Marist in a close race.
Emily Boyd won the 200 free and anchored Marist's winning 200 medley relay team in 2:04.66.
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