nunnery


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nunnery

the convent or religious house of a community of nuns

nunnery

A convent for females.
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Nunnery said the bank used technology from LoanLogics[TM] to build the new correspondent platform.
The 12th Gyalwang Drukpa, who is the leader of the Ladakh- based Drupka order which runs the Druk Gawa Khilwa nunnery in Kathmandu, says, " I was expecting the nuns over there to be under trauma.
It's said her ghost, in full black habit, visited former castle baron, Lord Marmion, after he threatened to destroy the nunnery in 1139 and struck him pledging the pain wouldn't stop until he ditched his plan.
It is thought that Tyny-Llan at Cefn Coch, near Welshpool, is pre-dated by a small nunnery going back to at least 1334.
Fragments of sumptuous glazed floor tiles have already been recovered, indicating that the nunnery was lavishly built and decorated.
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The proactive and feminist-oriented actions of the nuns of Daxingshan Nunnery represent the Taiwanese women's agency mentioned in this article.
First on stage was the Liverpudlian Lizzie Nunnery, already a successful radio and theatre writer as well as an acclaimed songwriter.
As with any move, the pope's belongings are being packed and readied for delivery to his retirement home, a renovated former nunnery within the Vatican.
The church was originally the 12th century Benedictine nunnery which gave the town of Nuneaton its name.
Ten British-based stallions will be on show, including Sakhee, who is stopping en route from Nunnery Stud to his new home of Yorton Farm in Shropshire.
The one-mile walks on Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1 will take in Robin Hood's grave, the former nunnery site, the gate-house and farm buildings dating back to the 1400s.