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Franciscan
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • The director had begun to speak of the dominican and franciscan orders and of the friendship between saint Thomas and saint Bonaventure.
  • —I believe, continued the director, that there is some talk now among the capuchins themselves of doing away with it and following the example of the other franciscans.
  • His own image started forth a profaner of the cloister, a heretic franciscan, willing and willing not to serve, spinning like Gherardino da Borgo San Donnino, a lithe web of sophistry and whispering in her ear.

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  • He is a Franciscan monk.
  • A few women, looking cold and forlorn in the howling San Franciscan wind, stumble down the sidewalk toward some destination only they know.
    Susan Ee  --  Angelfall

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