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1 She left the convent before taking her final vows.
2 She entered a convent at the age of sixteen.
3 Living in the convent narrowed her views.
4 She spent her whole life in a convent.
5 She entered a convent at the age of 16.
6 She renounced the world and entered a convent.
7 The nuns established a convent here in 1692.
8 She attended a convent school and went to Mass each day.
9 A day was spent visiting a convent in Filey.
10 She founded a convent in Odilienberg.
11 Sister Philippa leaves the Carmel convent in Darlington soon.
12 The nuns from the convent have bought a van.
13 You'd been to convent school as well, you said.
14 We shared a room at convent school.
15 She was still at the convent.
16 The convent could not hold the restless agitator.
17 The nuns were just leaving their convent church.
18 It was during the war when the convent had been turned into a shrine for Bruckner by a man called Glasmeier.
19 This was where the nuns from Santa Clara Convent in Funchal fled to during pirate raids in the sixteenth century.
20 The orchards are the hushed maids,[www.Sentencedict.com] fresh from convent ....
22 She decided to renounce the world and enter a convent.
23 I've tried to pass off my accent as a convent school accent.
24 The denial of nature and reality is best exemplified by the convent sequence.
25 This stood overgrown and decaying in the grounds of a convent school.
26 A check of the city directory for 1965 lists plenty of vacancies on the commercial streets of Convent and Meyer.
27 Flint-based construction company David McLean wants to convert the convent, empty since 1983, for its headquarters and offices.
28 When the time came for Annie to leave the convent school she was recommended for training in child welfare.
29 She had the gift of prophecy, performed many miracles and is known to have mysteriously supplied food for the convent.
30 He said members of the London-based Order had once lived at the convent but numbers had reduced when he bought it.
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