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friary

Christianity a convent or house of friars

friary

A monastery of friars, especially those of a mendicant order.
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This is obviously the spiritual nerve centre of the friary and he speaks at length about its history and the relevance of its myriad statues, tombs and stained glass windows.
We are pleased to have sold 1-2 The Friary for our clients following a successful marketing campaign.
dk/en/om_sdu/fakulteterne/naturvidenskab/aktuelt/2017_09_04_assisi) University of Southern Denmark , the friary used the fabled bread sack as an altar cloth for its first 300 years before cutting it into pieces and giving those to other religious institutions around the country.
Commercial property agent Cooke & Arkwright oversaw the letting of The Friary space.
Amazingly, not only was the friary church located, but also the grave of a man bearing the wounds of battle and with a curvature of the spine, which was said to be a characteristic of Richard III in life.
Father Edward Simpson arriving at |court and, left, at a service at Olton Friary
Passing through the Friary's Gardens via Friary Walk we head northwards to reach Station Lane where a left turn takes us into the Wednesday Market with its mixture of timber- framed, Georgian and modern buildings.
Donna added with a chuckle: "It didn't hurt that Brother Mark has a winery at the friary.
The author combines extensive documentation with detailed consideration of the physical remains of friary buildings and their furnishings, and surviving examples of religious images in ivory, alabaster, stone, wood, glass, tiles and on vellum (much of which is beautifully illustrated with striking photographs) to throw unprecedented light upon this subject.
The team has speculated that this could contain one of the founders of the friary - Peter Swynsfeld, who died in 1272, or William of Nottingham, who died in 1330, or a medieval knight called Sir William Moton.
Alternatively donations can be made to the Friends of The Friary, again via Blenkiron's.