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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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Chantry now await the draw for the next round, which is the last 16.
George's United Reformed Church (built 1860) is prominent beside Telford Bridge and our starting point at the Chantry is directly opposite.
The high automation of the Sunday press enables frequent job changes and run-length flexibility and has already increased capacity at the Chantry site.
Meanwhile as Chantry denies her feelings for Wallace, her sexy sister Dalia (Megan Park) begins to shows an interest in him.
Dr Chantry added: "At the moment, the progress of the disease cannot be treated or halted once it has spread.
Reunited with Italian rider Christiano Fais, Rutland Chantry is joined at Epsom by stablemate Castleshane as the duo bid to give Gollings a hat-trick in the showpiece of the amateur riders' year, which is run over the Derby course and distance.
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.
Fortunately, there is a good run of surviving churchwardens' accounts for the years 1477-1559 (with one or two gaps), in addition to a detailed entry in the 1548 Chantry Certificate and numerous surviving parishioners' wills.
Ponteland beat Chantry 2-0 so it went to the final games to decide who would go through.