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The St. Andrews Knights football program represents St.
Żurrieq Football Club is a Maltese football club based in Żurrieq, Malta. The Club currently plays in the Maltese Second Division.
The Zurrieq Half Marathon is a road running event held every November in Malta, Europe. The race starts from the Żurrieq Main Square and finishes in the same location after passing through the picturesque towns of Safi, Kirkop, Mqabba, Qrendi and Siġġiewi.
Żurrieq is a town in the Southern Region of Malta. It is one of the oldest towns in the country, and it has a population of 11,823 inhabitants as of March 2014.
Saint Andrews is a town in Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada. It is sometimes referred to in tourism marketing by its unofficial nickname "St.
St. Andrews University, a branch of Webber International University, formerly St.
St. Andrews School is a preparatory and secondary independent school situated near Nakuru, Kenya near the town of Molo.
St. Andrews Brawl was a professional wrestling pay-per-view produced by Juggalo Championship Wrestling , which was only available online.
St. Andrews International School Green Valley is an international school for children aged 2 to 18 years old in Rayong, Thailand.
St Andrews ; Scots: Saunt Aundraes; Scottish Gaelic: Cill Rìmhinn) is a town on the east coast of Fife in Scotland, 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Dundee and 30 miles (50 km) northeast of Edinburgh. The town is home to the University of St Andrews, the third oldest university in the English-speaking world and the oldest in Scotland.
Saint Andrew's School may refer to:
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church, or variants thereof, may refer to:
St Andrew's Anglican Church in Moscow is the sole Anglican church in Moscow, and one of only three in Russia. It continues the tradition of Anglican worship in Moscow that started in 1553 when Tsar Ivan the Terrible first allowed the English merchants of the Russia Company permission to worship according to their own beliefs.