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“Christian pilgrims today are shown a Crusader site known as the Cenacle or “Upper Room” on the Western Hill of Jerusalem that the Crusaders misnamed “Mount Zion.””
“In the "Cenacle", for example, Pietro devotes an entire piece to a kitchen interior where lads wash the dishes while a dog licks the plates.”
“Cenacle," in rue Quatre-Vents, also from his master, from Gerard and from Mlle. des Touches.”
“Cenacle" in rue des Quatre-Vents, and on intimate terms with all the young fellows composing this clique, he was consequently enabled, to an extent, to bring Daniel d'Arthez to the notice of Rastignac, now”
“CHRESTIEN (Michel), Federalist Republican; member of the "Cenacle" of rue des Quatre-Vents.”
“For two years he lived with him on the sixth floor of a wretched house on rue des Quatre-Vents, where later was established the "Cenacle" with Daniel d'Arthez as host -- on which account the house came to be spoken of as the "bowl for great men.”
“It is a still more significant fact that the members of the "Cenacle," the circle of kindred minds that gathered around Victor Hugo ” Alfred de Vigny, Emile Deschamps,”
“She has taken the vows of the Cenacle Sisters -- poverty, chastity and obedience -- to heart.”
“She can still drive to Exit 62 on the LIE to make the pilgrimage to the Cenacle Retreat House in Ronkonkoma, but she's given up bowling, although when the scouts go, she does throw a few balls.”
“The Pope arriving at the Cenacle, where all the ordinaries of the Holy Land are gathered.”
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