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Augustine-based Postal Fleet Services, which has worked with the agency for nearly two decades, cited the proprietary mileage-tracking system in an ongoing payment dispute claim it filed with the agency.Faulty USPS software cost trucking contractor $110 million and led to mass layoffs, company claims|Jacob Bogage|September 10, 2021|Washington Post
Plus, Augustine said, school officials traveled to reach parents where they were, visiting places including churches.Educators nationwide completely reimagined summer school this summer. It could signal a new era.|Hannah Natanson, Laura Meckler|August 27, 2021|Washington Post
Augustine did report several coronavirus cases in the 2020-2021 school year.
Augustine’s collection of vintage bottles numbers in the thousands, and every night it’s got a half dozen or so bottles open by the glass — an extraordinary educational opportunity for anyone looking to experience vintage wine firsthand.You Should Absolutely Age Your Own Wine. Here’s How to Do It|Jordan Michelman|May 20, 2021|Eater
In his City of God, Augustine was quite clear that in the hereafter humans would no longer need bathroom breaks.Sorry, Internet: Pope Francis Didn't Open Paradise to Pets|Candida Moss|December 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sorry Augustine, Aquinas, Dante, and Erasmus you must have been just a bad dream.
St. Augustine, for instance, did not believe the Earth was “really” created in seven “actual” days.Gwyneth Was Right: America Turned Communication Into a Weaponized Battlefield|James Poulos|June 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Augustine told me that a university official said they were treating the list like regular graffiti.
Sean Augustine, the editor of the Columbia Lion, told me janitors were taking down the lists almost as soon as they went up.
Here, in the year 600, St. Augustine preached before the cathedral was built.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
We have already seen the very strong opinion entertained on this subject by Jerome, the contemporary of Augustine.
Over one hundred panegyrics of various saints written by St. Augustine are still extant.Mary, Help of Christians|Various
St. Augustine complains of certain vagabond monks who went about selling relics of the martyrs, if indeed martyrs they were.
It is, in my opinion, very singular that Bayle should pretend to be more severe than St. Augustine.A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 1 (of 10)|Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
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An important teacher in the Christian church, who lived in the fourth and fifth centuries. After a dramatic conversion to Christianity, Augustine became a bishop. He is a saint of the Roman Catholic Church. His works include The City of God and his autobiography, Confessions.