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chapel

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchapelchap‧el /ˈtʃæpəl/ ●●○ noun  1 [countable]RRC a small church, or a room in a hospital, prison, big church etc in which Christians pray and have religious services2 RRC[countable] a building where Christians who are Nonconformists have religious services3 [uncountable]RRC British English the religious services held in a chapel Bethan goes to chapel every Sunday.4 BEL[countable] British English the members of a union in the newspaper or printing industry
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chapelIn a way the forest was like a chapel.In Portadown in the late nineteenth century there were two Primitive chapels.He was also a member of the royal chapel choir, where he was classified as a taille or tenor.Unfortunately it is not possible to enter the chapel.The glory of the chapel, however, rests in the contents of the display cases.The chapel was started by Gian Giacomo Trivulzio to house his family mausoleum.a wedding chapelThe layout is a solid one with thick, cellular walls and tall buttresses with chapels between.
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