Seton

[ US /ˈsitən/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States religious leader who was the first person born in the United States to be canonized (1774-1821)
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  • These forms include the tree-kangaroos (genus Dendrolagus), which are excellent climbers; pademelons (genus Thylogale), which often walk with a quadrupedal gait; and the relatively short-tailed quokkas (genus Setonix).
  • Several centuries later, the castle, called Seton Castle, retains the period detail, with astragal windows, ceiling plasterwork and unique chimneypieces. Castles For Sale © World Real...
  • If Pitt beats UConn (@Pitt) in the last game of the regular season, and Louisville wins out (Seton Hall and West Virginia), then Louisville wins the Big East regular season crown, and I think they jump UConn in the rankings and might take down that last #1 seed. Sports News : CBSSports.com
  • McCaffrey, who built a mini-MAAC dynasty by winning the past three MAAC championships, had been something of a hot commodity, with his name surfacing on both the Seton Hall and St. John's wish lists. NY Daily News
  • A typical meal might be a warm salad of Port Seton langoustines with a lime dressing, followed by tournedos of Angus beef with shallot and oxtail confit.
  • This was renewed every hour of the day; for Roseton's fancy indulged the frequent and the casual lavation, and his exacting taste demanded the strictest purity. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 2, February, 1862 Devoted To Literature And National Policy
  • He stayed close for college, landing at Seton Hall, and after setting the school blocked-shots record as a soph, he declared for the Draft.
  • PARTICIPATING IN last week's interfaith event at Seton Hall University, an Iraqi law professor sought to play down what the Western media often describe as the unbridgeable divide between Iraq's Shia majority and its Sunni minority. undefined
  • Emily Maltby Michelle Darden, seen here, is a student at Seton Hall University and she took a day off of classes to attend the event because she wants to help her mom, the current owner of Kchelly's Beauty Center in Irvington, N.J. "The business is growing, but slowly," she explains. Need Advice? We'll Give You 30 Minutes
  • His name was Sir John Cliseton, and he bore for arms a field argent, fretted azure, with a mullet argent in chief.
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