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“carmelite" gown, an old woman's frock, as she herself called it with a cutting laugh.”
“Teh ownlee nun Ai ebber meeted soshullee wuz a carmelite an her habbit wuz sort uv creem culler wool.”
“Fantastic Barbara, I'd like to give this a go next year..or maybe on the 20th of this month a few days away It is the feast of Elijah and I was talking with a priest who resides at Mt Carmel Monastery in the Holy Land and he says that is a very big feast in Carmel...so another carmelite feast worth celebrating!”
“I think he hardly will try to go on with this attempt, as his retiring, and as a carmelite is going to a humble convent in conutryside of Pernambuco state where are situated both cities of Olinda and Recife.”
“By the way, the carmelite church of Our Lady of Victory has its name because of the battle at Bila Hora near Praha 1620, where catholics defeated protestants - the most important battle in Czech history.”
“The generals were not sure if to attack, but the general of carmelite order ask them to do so and promised Our Lady`s help.”
“A woman, in the sacrament, declares, or pretends, before a carmelite, that a cordelier has seduced her; and the carmelite must denounce the cordelier.”
“You also told me that when you were a boy in that charming carmelite school you ate pieces of dried cowdung.”
“Mrs. Caldwell thought grey a ladylike colour, and therefore bought Beth a carmelite dress of”
“There were 27 sendings and 32 pairs of silk shoes [taffetat]: 16 pairs of black, 5 pairs of gray, 3 of blue, 2 of russet, 2 of puce, and one each of carmelite and green – all of silk.”
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