Saint John's
geographical name 1. city British West Indies capital of Antigua and Barbuda on Antigua Island 2. city & port Canada capital of Newfoundland & Labrador population 99,182

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  • Saint John's — Der Name Saint John, St. John, Saint John’s, St. John’s, Saint Johns, St. Johns (englisch für „Sankt Johann“) bezeichnet: Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Personen 2 Orte 2.1 in Großbritannien 2.2 in Kanada 2.3 in den USA …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Saint John’s — Der Name Saint John, St. John, Saint John’s, St. John’s, Saint Johns, St. Johns (englisch für „Sankt Johann“) bezeichnet: Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Personen 2 Orte 2.1 in Großbritannien 2.2 in Kanada 2.3 in den USA …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Saint John's — Also consult Saint John.Saint John s may refer to:Places* St. John s, Antigua and Barbuda * St. Johns, Netherlands AntillesIn Canada* St. John s, Newfoundland and Labrador * Saint John, New Brunswick * St. Johns and Fort St Jean, now called Saint …   Wikipedia

  • Saint John's bread — Saint Saint (s[=a]nt), n. [F., fr. L. sanctus sacred, properly p. p. of sancire to render sacred by a religious act, to appoint as sacred; akin to sacer sacred. Cf. {Sacred}, {Sanctity}, {Sanctum}, {Sanctus}.] 1. A person sanctified; a holy or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Saint John's-wort — Saint Saint (s[=a]nt), n. [F., fr. L. sanctus sacred, properly p. p. of sancire to render sacred by a religious act, to appoint as sacred; akin to sacer sacred. Cf. {Sacred}, {Sanctity}, {Sanctum}, {Sanctus}.] 1. A person sanctified; a holy or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Saint John’s (Antigua und Barbuda) — Saint John’s …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Saint John's Abbey — in Collegeville, Minnesota is a Benedictine monastery affiliated with the American Cassinese Congregation. The Abbey was established following the arrival in the area of monks from Saint Vincent Abbey of Latrobe, Pennsylvania in 1856. Saint John… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint John's Arboretum — encompasses over convert|2500|acre|km2|abbr=on settled by Benedictine monks in 1864. Since its founding, the abbey has been guided by the Benedictine principles of stability, hospitality, and stewardship. In 1997, this longstanding principle of… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint John's Episcopal Church (Petersburg, Virginia) — Saint John’s Episcopal Church was founded in Petersburg, Virginia in 1868. The present brick edifice was begun in 1897, replacing a frame structure. The original plans did not include a steeple but the druggist across the street from the church… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint John's Cathedral Boys' School — (SJCBS) was founded in Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada in the early 1960 s by Ted Byfield and Frank Wiens, who believed that boys were not challenged by the education system, and society in general. The two started an Anglican lay order called the… …   Wikipedia

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