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Thereupon he was allowed to walk by her side unmolested, up to the chancel with the party.
Meanwhile Robin had leaped lightly over the chancel rail and stationed himself in a nook by the altar.
And they walked gravely down the aisle and stood over against the chancel.
Overhead, Handel's March swelled pompously through the imitation stone vaulting, carrying on its waves the faded drift of the many weddings at which, with cheerful indifference, he had stood on the same chancel step watching other brides float up the nave toward other bridegrooms.
It was known that she had insisted on sending her own carpenter to look into the possibility of taking down the end panel of the front pew, and to measure the space between the seat and the front; but the result had been discouraging, and for one anxious day her family had watched her dallying with the plan of being wheeled up the nave in her enormous Bath chair and sitting enthroned in it at the foot of the chancel.
Her face being, from her entrance, towards the chancel, even her shortsighted eyes soon discerned Will, but there was no outward show of her feeling except a slight paleness and a grave bow as she passed him.
At the moment when his thought was thus fixed upon the priest, while the daybreak was whitening the flying buttresses, he perceived on the highest story of Notre-Dame, at the angle formed by the external balustrade as it makes the turn of the chancel, a figure walking.
All the blinds were pulled down at the Hall and Rectory: the church bell was tolled, and the chancel hung in black; and Bute Crawley didn't go to a coursing meeting, but went and dined quietly at Fuddleston, where they talked about his deceased brother and young Sir Pitt over their port.
Bits of old wood carvings from the pulpit, and panels from the chancel, and images from the organ-loft," said the clerk.
Thinking on in this way, I began to think of the old gentleman who was just dead, and I could have sworn, as I looked up the dark chancel, that I saw him in his usual place, wrapping his shroud about him and shivering as if he felt it cold.
They could see little more than the choir boys in the chancel, but to the roots of the hair of their necks they felt the congregation behind mercilessly devouring them by look.
TOON star Chancel Mbemba scored a goal with his fans when he turned up to officially open their new pitch.
Margaret Hind, chair of West Moor Residents Association, said: "We would like to thank Chancel Mbemba and Newcastle United FC for coming along to open our refurbished pitch.
First-team stars such as Rolando Aarons, Chancel Mbemba, Javier Manquillo and Mikel Merino were among those handing out Christmas presents at the Great North Children's Hospital at the Royal Victoria Infirmary.
The report was coordinated by economists Facundo Alvaredo, Lucas Chancel, Thomas Piketty, Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman and shows unequal impacts of globalisation over past 40 years.