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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Gilbert, Rosa Mulholland Gilbertines Gildas the Wise, Saint
Giles de Coninck Giles of Assisi, Blessed Giles of Rome
Giles, Saint Gilianus, Saint Gillespie, Eliza Maria
Gillow, Joseph Gimlet Gioacchino Rossini
Giordano Bruno Giorgio Baglivi Giorgio Giorgione
Giorgione, Giorgio Barbarelli Giotto Di Bondone Giovanni Bazzi
Giovanni Beccaria Giovanni Bernini Giovanni Bona
Giovanni Cimabue Giovanni de Gaeta Giovanni de Rossi
Giovanni Menochio Giovanni Morgagni Giovanni Orsini
Giovanni Perrone Giovanni Pichler Giovanni Pisano
Giovanni Scaramelli Giraldus Cambrensis Girdle
Girl Scouts Girolamo Cardan Girolamo Cardano
Girolamo Masci Girolamo Savonarola Giuliano Da Sangallo
Giuliano Della Rovere Giuseppe Marchi Giuseppe Mezzofanti
Giuseppe Pichler Giver of Life, Eternal Lord! Gl.
Glabrio, Manius Acilius Glagolitic Glagolitsa
Glasgow University Glasgow, Scotland, Archdiocese Of Glasilo K.S.K. Jednote
Glass, Stained Glastonbury Abbey Glastonbury Thorn
Glebe Glendalough, Ireland, School Of Glengarry
Globe Gloria in Excelsis Deo Gloria Patri
Gloria, Laus, Et Honor, Tibi Sit Rex Christe Redem Glory Glory Be to the Father
Glory of Iberia's Throne Glory to God On High Glory, Crown Of
Glory, Lord Of Glosses, Scriptural Gloucester, England
Gloves, Episcopal Gluttony Gnidus

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