Saint John's

NOUN
  1. a port and provincial capital of Newfoundland
  2. the capital and largest city of Antigua and Barbuda; located on the island of Antigua
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How To Use Saint John's In A Sentence

  • There is a quite possibility that individuals who visited Saint John's, the emergency room of North York (ph) General may have been exposed to the virus, and so, very clearly, I gave you the dates a few moments ago for your viewers, readers and listeners to take into account and follow the public health directions that we have given. CNN Transcript May 24, 2003
  • It is always to be remembered, that Saint John's Church thus consecrated and set apart to the worship of Almighty God, is by the act of consecration thus performed, separated from all worldly and unhallowed uses, and to be considered sacred to the service of the _Holy and undivided Trinity_. The International Monthly Magazine, Volume 5, No. 1, January, 1852
  • And when they had done that outrage, they left not therewith, but went straight to the fair hospital of the Rhodes called Saint John's, The Chronicles of Froissart
  • And a very simple reason for that is a patient from Saint John's Rehab Hospital was transferred there on the 15th of May, so in fact, there are procedures in effect over there, and if you flip over to the rear of the press release, you will notice that the neurosurgery unit for now is closed to new admissions, and staff who have had contact with this particular patient are in isolation as appropriate. CNN Transcript May 24, 2003
  • The lot for it was purchased in April, 1829, but the founders for a year or two previous to that had been worshipping in the Presbyterian Church building, Saint John's or the Lancastrian schoolroom. A Portrait of Old George Town
  • After this feast, the King brought the Count of Poitiers to Poitiers, that he might take seizin of his fiefs, but when the King was come to Poitiers, he would gladly have been back again in Paris; for he found that the Count of La Marche, who had eaten at his table on Saint John's day, had got together a number of men-at-arms at Lusignan by Poitiers. The Memoirs of the Lord of Joinville
  • The answer is, Saint John's Wort is named for John the Baptist since it's often harvested around the feast of Saint John the Baptist on June 24. CNN Transcript Mar 20, 2004
  • FIRFER: We know Saint John's Wort has been used for sleep disorders. CNN Transcript Mar 20, 2004
  • I transferred out to go to Saint John's College, where I immersed myself in the Classics and Ancient Greek, then I went back to Marlboro and studied Literature and Philosophy.
  • Whatever happened, it's clear that Saint John's has forgotten the principles that once informed the idealism of Eugene McCarthy, who believed that a university is to be an arena for the free expression of all views and that even those ideas which do not comport to orthodoxy must be heard in order to be understood. Kitty Kelley: Smudging a Senator's Legacy
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