So when Sargent Shriver pointed out that technically it had to be the archbishop, she dug in her heels.
In the spring of 1976, when Mark was 12, Sargent Shriver conceded defeat in his race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
She was, by 1883, twenty-four years old, two years younger than Sargent.
But Sargent saw it the day before McVeigh was even in the state.
So when, after all this, President Clinton stood up and asked, “Could anyone really be as good as Sargent Shriver seemed to be?”
But to this roughness in boys Mr. Sargent had a special aversion.
"You'll pay for this," shouted Alspaugh, striding off after the Sargent of the Guard.
As Miller entered the closet and closed the door, Sargent turned the key and admitted Daley greatly excited.
A brigade was given also to Colonel Sargent, of Massachusetts.
The Sargent says, "Smith dont you know enuff not to go on guard lookin like that?"