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aisle

a lateral division in a church flanking the nave or chancel

Aisle

The circulatory space flanking and parallel to the nave in a church, separated from it by a row of columns; a walkway between seats in a theater, auditorium, or other place of public assembly.

aisle

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(architecture)
A passageway between or alongside blocks of seats, as in an auditorium.
One of the parts of a basilica which are located at the sides of the nave, with each aisle separated from it by a row of columns.

aisle

1. A longitudinal passage between sections of seats in an auditorium or church.
2. In a church, the space flanking and parallel to the nave; usually separated from it by columns, intended primarily for circulation but sometimes containing seats.
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Aisling spoke out less than 24 hours after Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan formally admitted her office could not prove she killed the child in her care.
I am very excited to join Aisling Capital and its talented team," said Dr.
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TOP TEAM: Sharron Davies and Aisling Williams at Aisling's old school, Woodfall county in Wirral
We are very pleased to have an experienced and well known venture capital firm like Aisling Capital join us as lead investors," said Garheng Kong of Intersouth Partners.
From the very outset there were glaring inconsistencies in the case against Aisling, yet still she languished in a jail cell.
Sources close to the Bradys, who are originally from Lavey in Co Cavan, said they worried Aisling would be turned into a "scapegoat".
On 31st of August, 2011 Aisling Industries officially passed all PPAP, EHS and quality surveys conducted by the specialists at GE and officially gained recognition for their expertise within the LED illumination field by becoming an approved supplier to GE.