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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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Ryan Stevens, Chantry's attorney, questioned the accuracy of the court testimony and said a thorough police investigation had not been conducted.
"That obviously wasn't the case." Mr Chantry said the letter arrived at the family's Kibworth home after Thomas tried to run away from school.
That set up a last-four clash with Wolverhampton Grammar School, which Chantry took 2-0.
"This is thanks to the efforts of the volunteers from Huddersfield and Wakefield Chantry Rotary Clubs, and of course, from the teams who have competed each year.
All entries for both competitions need to be at The Chantry on Bridge Street before 11am on October 3, with judging taking place at 1pm that day.
As they wrestle with their unspoken desire, Chantry's sister Dalia (Megan Park) makes a play for Wallace.
When Ben's work sends him away, Wallace can't work out how or if he should declare his interest to Chantry.
Dr Chantry added: "At the moment, the progress of the disease cannot be treated or halted once it has spread.
Lincoln Electric has expanded the capabilities of its marketing function with the promotion of Lisa Byall and Bruce Chantry to the new positions of portfolio managers.
Most likely to boom in the near future is A/V applications, says Tom Racca, vice president of marketing at Chantry Networks, a Waltham, Mass.-based provider of mobile and wireless products that has worked with many school districts.
The Siemens Communications Group has signed an agreement to acquire Chantry Networks.