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a town in Kent in southeastern England

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Due to the miracles that followed Thomas Becket's murder and their subsequent promotion by the town's clergy, Canterbury, England became a major pilgrimage center, at its height rivaling even Rome and Jerusalem.
I recall some years ago being shown a church in the city of Canterbury, England, where the head of Saint Thomas More is buried.
I suppose we were one of the top four bands in Southern Africa and some say we are second only to Ladysmith Black Mambazo [of South Africa]," he told New African from Canterbury, England.
When I was young, I just didn't have a really healthy appreciation of death,'' chuckles the handsome 26-year-old from Canterbury, England, who has managed to break most of the key bones in his body - including his back after a three-story fall off a balcony.
Six weeks with Kent at the end of the season gave him the chance to reacquaint himself with the raw appeal of the sport and swapping Canterbury, New South Wales, for Canterbury, England, has provided perspective after his annus horribilis.
Six weeks with Kent at the end of the season gave him the chance to re-acquaint himself with the raw appeal of the sport and swapping Canterbury, New South Wales, for Canterbury, England, has provided perspective after his annus horribilis.
And lastly, in view of the fact that you are to be the temporal head of the world-wide Anglican Church, may I suggest that, since you can reach places other clerics cannot reach, you should arrange to transfer the headquarters of World Anglicanism from Canterbury, England, to Newport, Wales, a far more civilised city - and Welsh at that.
The study was conducted by Katsunori Kondo, associate professor at Nihon Fukushi University in Aichi Prefecture, and British researchers Iain Carpenter and John Baldock, both at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England.
Perhaps the biggest setback came at the Lambeth Conference, held in August in Canterbury, England, where Anglican bishops, representing more than 73 million members of the church worldwide, declared that homosexual activity is "incompatible with Scripture.
The University of Hong Kong and The University of Kent in Canterbury, England, have become early AAJC sites.
Despite an overwhelming vote by Anglican bishops at the Lambeth Conference, held in Canterbury, England, the first week of August, declaring that homosexual practices are "incompatible with Scripture," there are signs of deep division within the Anglican communion over the issue.
Lorenz, a graduate student at the University of Kent at Canterbury, England, and a former engineer on the probe project, now reports that the freezing rain should not cause problems.
As a result of John's famous quarrel with Pope Innocent III over the selection of Stephen Langton as archbishop of Canterbury, England was laid under an interdict and the king was declared deposed; in 1213, however, John submitted to the pope, going so far as to make England a fief of the papacy.
Disappearing islands in the South Pacific, recent hurricanes in the Caribbean and food security issues in Africa were amongst the items discussed by Anglican church leaders, along with climate change and the environment, during the Primates' Meeting in Canterbury, England.