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Similar words: commercial intercoursecommercial artistcommercial centercisterncommercial enterpriseexerciseexerciserexercisingMeaning: [sɪ'stɜːʃjən]  n. member of an order of monks noted for austerity and a vow of silence. 
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1) The Cistercian Order was started in France in 1098.
2) Cistercian monks and nuns take a vow of silence.
3) He ended up buying this austere Cistercian monastery, which he had taken apart and shipped to San Francisco.
4) Robertsbridge, the great Cistercian house, disappeared entirely, torn down by the local people.
5) The Cistercian monks with their lay brothers administered the abbey wool trade.
6) It was Cistercian and colonized by monks from Fountains Abbey in Yorkshire.
7) In 1135 they became part of the Cistercian order of monks, whose rules required regular fasting, long periods of silence and strict religious observances .
8) This Cistercian abbey in Catalonia is one of the largest in Spain.
9) Founded in 1132, the ruined Cistercian monastery, Fountains Abbey in North Yorkshire, is one of the largest and best preserved Cistercian houses in England.
10) The ruins including the oldest surviving Cistercian water-mill, a twelfth-century western range,[] are amongst the most significant monastic remains in Europe.
11) A member of the main, reformed branch of Cistercian monks, characterized by austerity and a vow of silence, established in1664 at La Trappe Monastery in northwest France.
12) Eventually these measures were adopted by other Cistercian monasteries.
13) More than 530 Cistercian houses had been established across Europe by the year 1200.
14) Sister Elizabeth is a Cistercian nun from the Holy Cross Abbey in Whitland, South Wales. She has long been a great rose lover.
15) Bernard de Fontaines was a Cistercian monk who founded a monastery at Clairvaux in the twelfth century.
16) The great cultural influence came from the monastic settlements, where the Cistercian Order was most active.
17) At the age of twenty-three(, Bernard persuaded four of his brothers and twenty-seven friends to join the Cistercian order.
18) Canterbury was certainly not moving in the direction of Cistercian austerity in Anselm's time.
19) At Pipewell in Northamptonshire, earthworks remain of the pre-existing hamlet, mixed up with earthworks of the Cistercian abbey buildings.
20) Many other Burgundy Towns and villages are packed with medieval markets, Romanesque churches and Cistercian abbeys.
21) Fifteen miles away is Forde Abbey, a 900-year old Cistercian monastery with gardens.
22) To be considered a suitable candidate for the not-very-merry-wives-of-Windsor club, you need to combine the aura of a silent-movie star with the personal discipline of a Cistercian nun.
23) She directed us to where my great-grandparents were buried amid the ruins of a 12th-century Cistercian abbey.
24) The abbey of Saint Sixtus of Westvleteren in western Belgium is home to some 30 Cistercian and Trappist1 monks who lead a life of seclusion, prayer, manual labor—and beer-brewing.
25) But he could no more have rested on his laurels than he could have become a clergyman or a Cistercian monk.
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