capel, gapel, chapel, nghapel, capeli, chapeli, gapeli, nghapeli
Noun(1) a place of worship that has its own altar(2) a service conducted in a place of worship that has its own altar
(1) We are a very young chapel , new to taking action, and we had one and two day strikes at first before we escalated to all-out.(2) The chapel has put in a claim for a 10 percent rise.(3) A bishop from one of these ancient churches would not be allowed to speak at my college chapel .(4) A communion table and other Christian artefacts have been removed from a hospital chapel to accommodate visitors of all faiths.(5) It espoused ideas of the freeborn Englishman resisting the arbitrary powers of his masters and praying in his nonconformist chapel .(6) I have planned both a full Catholic mass, and a smaller, personal service in a funeral home chapel .(7) Her funeral was held in a chapel , which was large and well maintained.(8) The chapel at Rochdale cemetery was packed with mourners for the funeral service, which was led by the Rev Robin Usher, of Milnrow parish church.(9) The chapel balloted and there was an overwhelming vote for strike action and action short of a strike.(10) He also had an established link with San Isidoro in particular, as Alfonso V had dedicated a chapel to him in the earlier church.(11) All of the religious programs are paid for with private donations, as was the construction of the prison chapel .(12) The now ruined Spofforth Castle was the base he established in the area and would have had a chantry chapel for private family worship.(13) The service had ended and the priest was standing in front of them, motioning for them to exit the chapel ahead of the rest of the guests.(14) The eastern, public strip is a wide hall, terminated at its southern end by the funerary chapel , where the services are held.(15) The local chapel of the NUJ is seeking a pay rise in excess of 6% in addition to changes to terms and conditions.(16) The chapel has already won 100 percent support in a strike ballot to defend Mark and will be meeting this week to decide its next move.
(1) funeral chapel :: capel angladd
1. chapel ::
Different Formschapel, chapels
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