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rectory

1. the official house of a rector
2. Church of England the office and benefice of a rector

rectory

The residence of a rector.
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It happened in the rectory and in different hours, at all hours.
Location of works, place of delivery supplies or performance: Rectory 76940 Our Lady of Bliquetuit
But the Old Rectory is not necessarily just a family home, it will appeal to nature lovers and adventure seekers of all ages.
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TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel review site, has just awarded the 100-year-old property a 2012 Certificate of Excellence and its reviewers rated The Old Rectory on the Lake as the top Bed and Breakfast in Wales.
His new role at Rectory will require him to develop the division, building on the foundations for growth already in place.
The rectory is just being sold as a home, but the school is in excellent condition with hardwood floors and natural woodwork.
2 August 2010 - With a view to expand its Eastern European operations, UK-based poultry product supplier Rectory Foods Ltd has launched a new facility in Lithuania via its wholly-owned subsidiary company UAB Baltreka.
2 August 2010 - With a view to expand its Eastern European operations, Rectory Foods Ltd has launched a new facility in Lithuania via its wholly-owned subsidiary company UAB Baltreka.
Poultry and ingredients supplier Rectory Foods has moved into red meat after agreeing a tie-up with meat traders Acura Foods.
Richard Bland was caught driving in Rectory Place, Bensham, Gateshead, on February 25, a month before his three-year ban was due to end.