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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishGrailGrail /ɡreɪl/ noun   Holy Grail
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GrailThat was my Holy Grail, and there could be no real life for me until I found it.Another generation of Labour leaders, in the 1960s, were still left to search for the Holy Grail of economic planning.We may remember here that the Holy Grail is sometimes considered to be a stone, as well as a vessel.What if there is no Grail or Excalibur or secret Templars?From the same lands came the quest for the Grail that revivified the spirituality of the twelfth century.Secondly, Buckingham wanted those relics, the Grail and Excalibur.Odile is the patroness of the knights who sought the Grail.
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