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1. St. Francis of Assisi originally founded the cloister which now encloses a garden and well.
2. You can't see down that part of the cloister leading off from the chapel into the convent.
3. From the cool of this cloister the island-dotted sea shimmered in the sunlight.
4. He coiled around the moist cloister pillars.
5. To furnish ( a building ) with a cloister.
6. A photograph of the Pingnan Cloister Garden.
7. They went out into the still, shadowy cloister garden.
8. The cloister linked the most important elements of an abbey together.
9. The ancient cloister was a structure of red brick picked out with white stone.
10. You may still long for cloister, but learn this lesson first.
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11. In the cloister, what is called the "government" is only an intermeddling with authority, an interference which is always questionable.
12. When I stepped out of the cloister I had no idea where my path would lead.
13. In the cloister, hell is accepted in advance as a post obit on paradise.
14. A cloister that opens strategically , looking for the right amount of sun, light and views.
15. In all divine offices in the abbey, in reading and in meditation, he associated with the brethren in the cloister.
16. Women were hungry for a new life away from the heat, from the cloister, hungry for education, hungry for travel.
17. He slowed his pace to observe where Jerome went, and followed him without haste into the cloister.
18. And the sickening clamour of street noises beyond the cloister wall, the sickening odour of those who made them.
19. There is a lovely pilgrimage church of the early seventeenth century and a handsome cloister.
20. We left the guest house(sentencedict.com), going through stone-vaulted passageways into the cloister garth.
21. Its influence would be experienced throughout the whole monastic community, and beyond the cloister in the world.
22. To shut away from the world in or as if in a cloister; seclude .
23. The following day, this person encountered tickler, go begging avalokitesvara in cloister.
24. Mary may have called the book her "hideous progeny, " calling to mind Frankenstein's monster, but unlike Victor Frankenstein, she did not cloister herself to construct it.
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