Saint Albans


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Saint Al·bans

 (ôl′bənz)
A city of southeast England northwest of London. It was founded as an abbey town in 793 on the site of a Roman settlement.

Saint Albans

(ˈɔːlbənz)
n
(Placename) a city in SE England, in W Hertfordshire: founded in 948 ad around the Benedictine abbey first built in Saxon times on the site of the martyrdom (about 303 ad) of St Alban; present abbey built in 1077; Roman ruins. Pop: 82 429 (2001). Latin name: Verulamium
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So we will go forward once more, nor will we stop this night till we reach Saint Albans.
For this news the leader of the band thanked mine host right heartily, and, calling his men together, mounted and set forth again, galloping forward to Saint Albans upon a wild goose chase.
When he heard that Robin Hood had once more slipped out of the trap, he stayed not a minute, but, gathering his bands together, he pushed forward to the northward with speed, leaving orders for all the troops that came to Saint Albans to follow after him without tarrying.
Surely,'' said the worthy churchman; ``you shall have mine own ambling jennet, and I would it ambled as easy for your sake as that of the Abbot of Saint Albans.
78, an anthology compiled by Matthew of Paris at Saint Albans, and noted as 'Verses of Master H.
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30pm at Saint Albans Parish Centre, St Albans Road, Wallasey.
But Saint Albans are not going to make it easy- it's going to be a tough test and we won't take anything for granted.
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