church key

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can opener that has a triangular pointed end that pierces the tops of cans

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the sacristan's wife lamented, when Maximilian knocked recently at the door of her house to ask her to lend him the church keys.
At other times, a notice at the church entrance gives the address of a nearby house from which the church key can be collected.
It seems that one can no longer open a $100 bottle of wine, or even a $5 beer, with the trusty church key rustled out of the gadget drawer in the kitchen.
If someone comes into my restaurant and is used to having a wine sommelier, it's easier for them to understand what to expect when they hear I'm a beer sommelier," says Greg Engert, beer sommelier at New American restaurant Birch & Barley and its upstairs lounge Church Key in Washington, D.
The church key is available from the nearby garage and cafe.
Actually Noel (apart from making me wonder if there's any intelligent life at Supernova Heights) I'd rather have surgery with a rusty church key - and no anaesthetic
Al Hosseini family has been holding the church keys for 850 years.
The induction part of the service saw him receive the church keys from the archdeacon and ascend to the belfry to ring one of the bells, before being placed in the stall assigned for the priest of the parish.