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  • The Refectory was the dining hall where all the kids who had meal plans and, therefore, no choice ate.

    Finding Dignity

  • Saturday, lunch served in the St. Albans Refectory from 11 a.m. to 2: 30 p.m. both days, St. Albans School, 3551 Garfield St. NW.

    D.C. community calendar, Dec. 2 to 9, 2010

  • The giant drill hall of the Park Avenue Armory, for decades home to bustling art and antiques fairs and National Guard exercises, could hardly be more different from the Refectory of Santa Maria Delle Grazie in Milan, the dim, hushed site of Leonardo da Vinci ' s Last Supper.

    Mustering the Arts

  • Besides bringing local food to the Brown campus via the Refectory a.k.a. the Rat Factory and the wonderful weekly farmers' market, Louella makes raw milk cheese!

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Refectory of the Art Library at Barcelona, and he thinks no more of politics.

    The Shape of Things to Come

  • After the interview, we had sandwiches is the Refectory with some other Profs and Admin staff, and the head of the Department stopped in to say hello and give me the once over, as we swapped lies and gossiped.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • This one Monday, we Khalil and I were on the bridge, and these two chicks came toward us from the Refectory.

    Finding Dignity

  • Always taking two and three hours in the shower before she could meet somebody in the Refectory or at Soper.

    Finding Dignity

  • To them, it was part of what paying tuition guaranteed—the right to snag whatever they needed from the Refectory.

    Finding Dignity

  • I knew that if he found out that I was a mixed bag of tricks with a lifetime of queer history, he would drop me like a spaghetti sandwich from the Refectory.

    Finding Dignity

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