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use "patron" in a sentence

The Virgin of the Immaculate Conception is Nicaragua's patron saint.

Rob Gronkowski dancing his face off with a bottle of Patron -- amazing.

He is also president or patron of more than 400 charitable organizations.

In 2013, he was named Patron for Oceans by the U.N. Environment Programme.

Standing outside under the green awning, he greeted patron after patron.

That averages somewhere between $50 to $31 per patron, assuming it's a full house.

Patron Tequilas accounted for 5.5% of teens' consumption in a 30-day period.

A patron who found shelter in a restroom was trapped inside for about half an hour.

Library patron Harriett Savoie says a bigger location for the library would be nice.

Kerry said there was no decision on whether to invite Iran, a major patron of Syria.

She heard the voice of a man who she would not meet, nor hear from again - El Patron.

That is why in 2011 we founded Action for Happiness, with the Dalai Lama as our patron.

The Disney people estimate a patron need travel no more than 1.4 miles to see the whole place.

Sonia Gandhi, widow of Nehru's grandson Rajiv, later became the chief patron of the trust that ran it.

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