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nunnery

the convent or religious house of a community of nuns
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nunnery

A convent for females.
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"Cure-in-place piping for water and wastewater infrastructure is one of the largest applications for thermoset resin because of its resistance to corrosion," says Nunnery. "Our thermoset manhole covers can make the final part of that collection system also corrosion resistant."
Told in just 70 minutes, the combination of Nunnery's writing and Gemma Kerr's direction culminate in a sparse performance with the emphasis, rightly so, on the power of language and communication.
The Dorji Lopen of the Central Monastic Body conferred dhar to the new Principal of Druk Samdrupcholing Lobdra in Trongsa and the Vice Principal of Kila Buddhist College of Nunnery in Paro and a new Lam for Pumlha Goenpa.
Darrin Nunnery ofLindenwho was forced by his wife to buy the lottery ticket is still open-mouthed after winning $390,000 (Dh1,432,450 approx).
Adoption laws in Mississippi haven't changed since the 1800s, says Nash Nunnery, a Mississippi Business Journal reporter who was adopted in the mid-1950s when he was several months old.
If the same research was conducted in a nunnery or monastery they could have reached the same conclusions in seven days instead of 15 years.
Jack Nunnery, executive vice president of correspondent lending, told Mortgage Banking that the new correspondent lending platform was built on customized due-diligence technology that can review every loan that's purchased for manufacturing defects.
And keeping their tough texture intact, these 300 nuns from a Kathmandu- based nunnery -- which uses a mixture of martial arts and meditation to empower young women -- have refused to be evacuated from the Nepal capital and decided to help the earthquake victims in the ravaged Himalayan nation.
The Black Lady is said to be the spirit of a ninth-century nun called Editha, mother superior and founder of nearby Benedictine nunnery, Polesworth Abbey.
A NORTH Powys farm believed to be sited on a 14th century Cistercian nunnery has been put up for sale.
If she is so saintly, it's easy - put her in a nunnery! Alan Gebbie, York