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chantry

A chapel within a church, endowed for religious services for the soul of the donor or others he may designate.
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Craig D Cunha, Principal of Chantry Academy, said: I am extremely excited, alongside staff and students at Chantry Academy, to celebrate our official opening.
The Environment Agency has incorporated flood defence systems into the site, which overlooks the River Wansbeck, including a reinforced outside wall, protecting the chantry against future flooding.
Meanwhile as Chantry denies her feelings for Wallace, her sexy sister Dalia (Megan Park) begins to shows an interest in him.
Steeped in history as the name suggests, The Chantry, already renowned for its exceptional location and high standards, has been upgraded further over the past six months and is now unrivaled in terms of quality.
To ensure the highest quality of service to guests, West Edmonton Mall and Fantasyland Hotel have teamed up with Chantry Networks, an affiliate of Siemens Communications, Inc.
A group of residents, under the name Chantry Matters, are trying to raise pounds 84,600 to redesign the grassed playing area behind the shops to stop youths hanging around the area.
The Mot & Chandon Silver Magnum becomes the Burton & Smith Amateur Derby this afternoon because the champagne firm withdrew its 39-year sponsorship after last season's renewal, won by the Gollings-trained Rutland Chantry.
Caroline Chantry said at the annual meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies.
Julie Lasky, Some People Can't Surf: The Graphic Design of Art Chantry.
The road to Chantry Flat has been open for just over three months and hikers, bikers and picnickers are slowly returning to the idyllic canyon.
The town centre's oldest building, the medieval Chantry Bagpipe Museum, hosts a new audiovisual presentation exploring the experiences of local people in the First World War, through traditions such as rapper and clog dancing, and folk song.