Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bluets; innocence, Houstonia cærulea.
- n. Plural form of nun.
“Dolls dressed like nuns were the first playthings put into her hands; then images in nuns habits, accompanying the gift with admonitions to prize them highly, as very precious things, and with that affirmative interrogation, Beautiful, eh?”
“At the base of it all, there is a deep-seated concern that the Vatican wants to rein in American nuns, return them to traditional ministries and lifestyles, put them back in habits, curtail their independence and keep them from speaking out on public issues.”
“Four nuns from the nearby Dhammasara Nuns Monastery took ordination: Vayama, Nirodha, Seri, and Hassapañña.”
“I had nuns from the Hildegard monastery in Germany, and they are still very connected in their ideas and their spiritual knowledge.”
“However, its not like murdering nuns is peculiar to Somalia, or to Islamists.”
“Perhaps you could identify some of these people who you think have suggested that raping nuns is morally laudable.”
“A murder mystery at Dural, and one of the main nuns in Nunsense there as well -- which is where I learned that as much as I love singing, I really wasn't comfortable having an entire showstopping number resting on my shoulders!”
“In contrast, mysticism as practiced by Dominican nuns is seen as a debasement of the ideas of the great male mystics; women's mysticism is seen as a degeneration, a distortion, or more generously, as a misunderstanding.”
“Work started the following year, with Wo supervising a staff of nuns from the diocese, and in the fall of 2006, they completed the first stage: 44 windows in ground-level nave chapels depicting the life of Jesus.”
“The national average age for nuns is in the 70s, according to CARA.”
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