Chevet


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Chevet

The rounded east end of a Gothic cathedral, including the apse and ambulatory.

chevet

The apse, ambulatory, and radiating chapels of a church.
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However, he thought Chevet Boy had lost his action approaching the third last, but this was not the case and he continued.
Chevet Girl was pulled up after the fourth last, and Johnson reported to the stewards that she was unsuited by the ground and lost her action.
Chevet Girl made a winning return to action on good going at Wetherby at the beginning of last month when she put up a personal best.
In November 1914 they founded their own communal organization--Union Israelita Chevet Ahim--with the objective of supplying all the religious and social services of the Sephardic population.
Smith was at Wetherby, where he had a 95-1 double on Chevet Girl and Meadowbank, who is rated a Grand National prospect by trainer Mick Easterby.
Although set to speak of the poet's current personal and social predicament, these poems insistently hark back, not without melancholy or regretfulness, to a golden age of religious tolerance, as in "Abdallah a Grenade," to a brief interlude of relative political freedom in the homeland, as in "Entre le chevet et la nuque," or simply to certain casual and everyday things such as "Pain cuit a point / amour tres pur," as in the poem "Il est certaines choses."
(16.) Briere F, Bridon JM, Chevet D, Souillet G, Bienvenu F, Guvet C, et al.
Elle se met au chevet d'un secteur aussi vital que sporadique.
[beaucoup moins que] Des medecins sont rentres de leurs conges volontairement pour renforcer le personnel mobilise [beaucoup plus grand que].Enfin, le ministre a assure que [beaucoup moins que] l'Etat est la, au chevet des malades [beaucoup plus grand que].