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“The _Friar Tuck_ here is a kind of good old-fashioned burlesque Friar, more like that one some years ago at the Gaiety, in _Little Robin”
“It specialized in food for monks, and was called Friar Tuck-In.”
“The 'Friar is only a few blocks away from a public housing building where the state boards people who are mentally and economically unable to live on their own.”
“The Holy Father is on the verge of canonizing a Capuchin Friar, Fr. Mario D'Aviano, who is in the same category.”
“On the axis of this avenue and nearly at its extremity stands the upright stone known as the Friar's Heel.”
“Fair enough, but bringing the Goblet to prominence made about as much sense as Romeo and Juliet being called Friar Lawrence and Nurse.”
“As my friend Sam Walker points out, the idea that a Friar should be a pacifist can be found in a translation of The Sermon on the Mount.”
“If a person stands before the highest leaning-stone, between it and the altar stone looking eastward, he will see the pyramidal stone called the Friar's Heel, coinciding with the top of”
“Friars' Causeway (medieval) and Blackfriars Street (modern), commemorate another community, the Dominican or Black Friars sometimes called the Friar Preachers whose house stood not far from Great Central Station.”
“The jury also present that a bridge called Friar Bridge, beyond the Costa, across which people are wont to pass on horseback and on foot going from Pickering to Malton, is in such bad repair that people cannot pass over, but have to make a divergence of about a mile and a half in the forest, treading down and injuring the pasturage of the deer.”
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