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“The local surfers coined the term Nuns' Beach for the strip, and the nickname stuck.”
“Inquiring Nuns is fun and full of amicable quirk, but what really blew me away is the 25-minute update interview included in the DVD's bonus features.”
“Besides the collegiate and the parish church, there are at Guadalupe the church of the Capuchin Nuns, and the churches of the Hill and the Well; all in such close conjunction, that the whole village or city, as it calls itself, seems altogether some religious establishment or confraternity, belonging to these temples and churches, united in the worship of the”
“In this way they continued till the Bell called our Nuns to Choir and our”
“Above the ambulatory is the ancient infirmary, and chambers called the Nuns's rooms, from their having been allotted to three hospital sisters on the foundation of Cardinal Beaufort.”
“Also called Nuns or Hospitallers of Our Lady of Nancy, founded at”
“Very high up on the wall, above the glorious pillars, and just under the clerestory windows, was a narrow passage called the Nuns 'Ambulatory.”
“The Nuns were the disciples of Diana, and the nunneries seraglios for the monks; as I have proved to be the case in Lisbon, by facts concerning those nuns who were more often in the family way than common women.”
“Undoubtedly, the Nuns are a fascinating footnote in the history of punk.”
“That title, needless to say, is misleading; it should be: "Some of America's Nuns Suspicious Of Apostolic Visitation.”
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