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a church associated with a monastery or convent

a convent ruled by an abbess

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a monastery ruled by an abbot

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Six of the last eight Abbayes have gone to British stables, but Francois Rohaut will be keen to keep the prize at home with Signs Of Blessing.
Caption: ABOVE RIGHT: In the village of Villons-les-Buissons, students from Cole Harbour High School reflect in silence in the garden of the Abbaye d'Ardenne, where Canadian soldiers were executed by Kurt Meyer's 12th SS Panzer Division (the Hitler Youth) in the days and weeks following the D-Day landings.
Abbaye de Talloires is a member of Great Hotels Luxury Collection.
ABBAYE ROAD J Orientor and Mr Fallon ran in the Paris sprint back in 2005
36) The Abbaye du Saint Esprit addresses men and women who would like to enter monastic life but are prevented by circumstances such as marriage or poverty.
Once you've popped the cork, Sainsbury's Abbaye is a gentle introduction to the style.
Abbaye Notre-Dame de Saint-Remy (Rochefort), B-5580 Rochefort, Belgium.
Abbaye, a great sage, the ancient volume appeared to say, had chased all the imps and devils out of Jerusalem into the desert.
The Abbaye artists supported themselves by selling books that they printed on their own printing press.
The oldest section of the Abbaye de Saint-Savin dates from the 9th century, although the site is particularly renowned for its extraordinary set of 11th-century murals, which trace a series of biblical events from the Creation to the Crucifixion.
A leading member of the Abbaye Group, Duhamel wrote several plays early in his career: La Lumiere (1911; translated as The Light, 1914), Le Combat (1913; translated as 1915), and L ' OEuvre des athletes (1920).
With Royal Ascot only nine days away, we take a look back to a famous sprint success nine years ago as our daily countdown to Flat racing's most magnificent meeting continues IF THERE was a suggestion Kingsgate Native had been favoured by over-generous weight for age when he made history by losing his maiden tag as a two-year-old in the Nunthorpe Stakes at York and followed up with a second in the Abbaye, his reappearance tenth in the King's Stand Stakes might have been seen as confirming that.
The Abbaye is definite and she won't be racing next year, but there's a possibility she may take up an invite for the Breeders' Cup.
Abbaye winner Total Gallery reopposes in Hong Kong, and Eustace is well aware he is not the only rival, with eight Group One winners in the line-up.