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a subdivision of a written work

any distinct period in history or in a person's life

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a local branch of some fraternity or association

an ecclesiastical assembly of the monks in a monastery or even of the canons of a church

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a series of related events forming an episode

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Now the chapters have been found, and he avails himself of the first opportunity to restore them to their place.
These recovered chapters will possess no doubt, but little value in the eyes of persons, otherwise very judicious, who have sought in "Notre-Dame-de-Paris" only the drama, the romance.
For such people especially, the chapters added to this edition will complete "Notre-Dame-de-Paris," if we admit that "Notre-Dame-de-Paris" was worth the trouble of completing.
From these considerations, I shall devote the first chapter of this Abstract to Variation under Domestication.
Franklin Blake; and, in sending him the fifth chapter of her humble narrative, begs to say that she feels quite unequal to enlarge as she could wish on an event so awful, under the circumstances, as Lady Verinder's death.
Franklin Blake presents his compliments to Miss Clack, and begs to thank her for the fifth chapter of her narrative.
Wonderfullest things are ever the unmentionable; deep memories yield no epitaphs; this six-inch chapter is the stoneless grave of Bulkington.
Good chapters for the purpose are: 3, 5, 8, 15, 16, 20, 25.
Unless you are already familiar with 'Sartor Resartus' read in it Book II, chapters 6-9, and also if by any means possible Book III, chapters 5 and 8.
They could not imagine how the Chapter had made such a mistake.
I wonder if the Dean and Chapter knew that he was a Radical when they elected him," another observed bitterly.
I think, since Angel has come, that it will be more appropriate to read the thirty-first of Proverbs than the chapter which we should have had in the usual course of our reading?
The words of King Lemuel" (she could cite chapter and verse as well as her husband).
So, perhaps, it would be well to go back and read chapter vii.
In the interval between the time of the dialogue in the last chapter, and this day of public entertainment, Sophia had, from certain obscure hints thrown out by her aunt, collected some apprehension that the sagacious lady suspected her passion for Jones.