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nunnery

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a religious residence especially for nuns

a community of people in a religious order (especially nuns) living together

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No traffic on Lal Kurti, Indus road, Convent School Tameez ud Dinroadand traffic will ply on Lal Kurti towards Aziz Bhatti road, Tufailroad.
By 1881, the two best qualified Acadian female teachers, one with a Class I certificate and the other Class II, were both former convent school pupils.
students convent school Delhi candlelight to protest the gang- rape nun Bengal's The nun has expressed her desire to stay in hospital for some more days
Krishnanagar/Kolkata: Eight persons were on Saturday detained in connection with the alleged gangrape of a 71-year-old nun in a convent school in Nadia district.
Member Environment, Syed Mustafain Kazmi expressed these views while addressing to the participants of a ceremony held in connection with Monsoon Tree Plantation Drive at Islamabad Convent School, F8/4, Islamabad.
She came to the UK aged nine to attend boarding school in Kent, and later a convent school in Hastings.
The Minister also visited Edward Schools, Government Higher Secondary School, Centennial Model High School, Bacha Khan Girls College, Convent School Peshawar and other educational institutions.
I would now like to show our readers this photograph, number one on the right, which is actually three feet long and shows pupils from the Marymount Convent School in Wallasey.
Anyone who went to convent school knows that is a lot of dramatic licence.
There are two in my town - a tech and a convent school.
A party for people who attended Our Lady's Convent School in Cardiff is being held in the summer.
Dubai Little Angels, Sonipat defeated Tagor International School 2-0 while Carmel Convent School, Chandigarh outplayed S.
The schools are based at the former Sisters of Mercy Convent School near the town centre.
Mrs Maloney-Hope was educated at Birmingham's Erdington Abby convent school and gained a degree in media studies at the University of Central England and later a Postgraduate Diploma in law.