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Catherine Bernard

(1663–1712?), French novelist, playwright, and poet. Born in Rouen to a comfortable Huguenot family, she moved to Paris to pursue her literary interests. Bernard wrote four ...

Saint

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Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase & Fable (19 ed.)

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...various for separate mention Distaff: St Genevieve, St Rosalie Doe: St Etheldreda or Audrey St Fructuosus, St Mammas, St Maximus of Turin Dog: St Benignus, St Bernard, St Dominic (dog with torch), St Roch (dog with a loaf) Dolphin: St Adrian (dolphin bearing corpse), St Calistratus (dolphin supporting), St Martianus Dove (on or over): St Ambrose, St Basil, St Bridget of Sweden, St Catherine, St Catherine of Sienna, St Cunibert, St David, St Dunstan, St Gregory the Great, St Hilary of Arles, St John Columbini , St Lo, St Louis, St Medard, St Oswald, St Peter...

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Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase & Fable (19 ed.)

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...: Frederick I ( 1122–90 ), Holy Roman Emperor Barefoot: Magnus III ( c. 1074–1103 ), King of Norway Bloodaxe: Erik Haraldsson ( d.954 ), king of Norway bloody mary : Mary I ( 1516–58 ), queen of England Bluetooth: harold I ( c. 910–85 ), king of Denmark Catherine the Great: Catherine II ( 1729–96 ), empress of Russia charles the Affable: Charles VIII ( 1470–98 ), king of France Charles the Bald: Charles I ( 823–877 ), king of France charles the Fair: Charles IV ( 1294–1328 ), king of France charles the Fat: Charles II ( 839–88 ), king...

Warfare and Latina/o Social Movements

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Belinda Linn Rincón

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latina and Latino Literature

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... Martínez was indicted on five counts that included conspiracy, harboring, transporting illegal aliens, and violating immigration law, for which she faced a twenty-five-year prison sentence and $1.25 million in fines. She was eventually acquitted on First Amendment grounds. See Catherine C. Robbins, “Sanctuary Movement Gains a Court Hearing on Its Principles,” New York Times , June 7, 1988. 83. Mario Bencastro, Odyssey to the North (Houston: Arte Público Press, 1998), 102. 84. Héctor Tobar, The Tattooed Soldier (New York: Penguin Books, 2000), 177. 85. ...

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