White Friar


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a Roman Catholic friar wearing the white cloak of the Carmelite order

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Fr Magill argued he had given himself to God, and had a vocation to be a missionary but had no employment with the White friars and received no salary.
Back home there are some fair betting races at each of today's domestic meetings, and Busy Lizzie gets the nap vote in the White Friars Handicap at Chester (4.
Through the centuries, other orders built near the cathedral: the Carmelite White Friars, the Franciscan Grey Friars, the Dominican Black Friars.
Instinct is a proud sponsor of the Betty White Friars Club Roast," said Robert Bennett, CMO at Nature's Variety.
The session runs from 11am to 12 noon at Lumisi, Friars Court, 43 White Friars, Chester.
She will be based at the firm's offices in White Friars, Chester.
Hulne Priory represents one of the earliest, if not the first, of the English foundations of the Carmelites, or white friars.
Fr Magill, 59, originally from Larne, Co Antrim, is a member of the White Friars Missionaries of Africa.
During the 14th century, the building was enlarged to the corner of Bridge Street and White Friars.
Simon Brooke, White friars operations manager, said the housing group's specialist anti-social behaviour team had been supporting the tenant to ensure her safety and help her to stay in her current home if she wished.
Roger Griffiths, from White Friars Housing Group, which is involved with the scheme, said: 'Because the plan will take 15 years to role out we are not looking for a short term gain.
BASED in Chester, Darren Stone is one of three partners in White Friars House Dental, which has operated in the building for over 150 years.
When the family contacted landlord White friars, they were given one week to clear the house.
The three Grade II listed buildings at numbers four, six and eight White Friars include authentic Elizabethan, Georgian and Victorian features which have survived centuries of alterations.