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St. Albans

[ awl-buhnz ]

noun

  1. a city in W Hertfordshire, in SE England: Norman cathedral; battles of Wars of the Roses 1455, 1461.
  2. a city in W West Virginia, near Charleston.


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Born in Glasgow in 1966, Rankin grew up in St. Albans and studied photography at the London College of Printing.

Only an hour was given to St. Albans, much less than we had planned, but our late start made it imperative that we move onward.

In fact, no stretch of road of equal distance in our entire tour was superior to the one we followed from St. Albans to Coventry.

In the following pages mention will be made of the martyrdom of certain of these early saints at St. Albans and Caerleon.

Among the monkish loot at St. Albans was an ancient cameo herewith reproduced.

Monk continued his march with few interruptions till he reached St. Albans.

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