SANTA


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SANTASouth African National Tuberculosis Association (est. 1947)
SANTASubstance Abuse Need for Treatment Among Arrestees (Center for Substance Abuse Research; College Park, MD)
SANTASpay and Neuter Team of Atlanta
SANTAStudents Against Name Tags Association
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Please do, dear Santa Claus," implored the little maid, beseechingly.
Certainly they had seemed a long time in reaching Santa Croce, the tower of which had been plainly visible from the landing window.
Julian and Santa Cruz cannot have lived, according to Professor E.
And then, turning to the housekeeper, he said, "Mistress housekeeper may just as well give over saying the prayer of Santa Apollonia, for I know it is the positive determination of the spheres that Senor Don Quixote shall proceed to put into execution his new and lofty designs; and I should lay a heavy burden on my conscience did I not urge and persuade this knight not to keep the might of his strong arm and the virtue of his valiant spirit any longer curbed and checked, for by his inactivity he is defrauding the world of the redress of wrongs, of the protection of orphans, of the honour of virgins, of the aid of widows, and of the support of wives, and other matters of this kind appertaining, belonging, proper and peculiar to the order of knight-errantry.
There was little difficulty, once in Santa Rosa, of finding Slosson.
Billy did not start immediately after they had said good-by, and he and Saxon, heads over shoulders, watched the roused Barbarossa plunging mutinously on toward Santa Rosa.
The black recollected the hint about Santa Claus; and, while he briefly explained how they had taken up the person in question on the top of the mountain, he forbore to add anything concerning the accident or the wound, only saying that he believed the youth was a stranger.
We went to the Church of Santa Croce, from time to time, in Florence, to weep over the tombs of Michael Angelo, Raphael and Machiavelli,
But this he was to learn early in his residence in Santa Clara Valley.
Why, he looks just like Santa Claus--only he isn't the same color
Snodhead, a very learned man, professor of Low Dutch and High German in the college of Santa Claus and St.
Kent and Berry Davis, all of Tucson, crossed the Santa Catalina mountains and traveled due west, as nearly as the configuration of the country permitted.