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the diocese of a bishop, or the place within it where his cathedral or procathedral is situated
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I'm relieved McGill's have seen sense and made the right decision Cllr Carragher
SO the world has seen sense and voted the kilt its favourite item of traditional clothing.
Hopefully she's seen sense now and understands the error of her ways.
I AM so glad that the unions have at last seen sense and have backed down and called off Tuesday's one day strike.
The Government has finally seen sense and this consultation - and hopefully the regulations' hasty abolition - cannot come a moment too soon."
Thankfully, developers have seen sense this time, allowing you to roam free as Hulk all of the time, picking up and destroying pretty much anything you come across.
TV bosses have finally seen sense and viewers now get an hour of the drama.
I thought Sporting had finally seen sense with the Hobbs's Choice market when the quote was 24-26, then I remembered there are only four televised races tonight (only kidding JH, my Derby tipping has been pretty ropey too!) and that looks just about on the mark as the four tips are solid.
At last the state had seen sense and was prepared to put millions of public money into buildings, paintings and sculpture.
Just when it looks like she's seen sense about the relationship, Belle gets upset about the rift between her parents.
He said: "I am delighted that Ideal Care Homes have finally seen sense and withdrawn this unwanted application.
Coun Anita Lower, Newcastle City Council's former executive member for regulation, said she was happy the Falcons had "seen sense".