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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Islam
mosquemosque /mɒsk $ mɑːsk/ ●●○ noun [countable]  RRIa building in which Muslims worship
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mosqueThe exterior is uninteresting but the interior, now used as a mosque, is very fine.At dawn the next day we were awoken by the call to prayer from a nearby mosque.Small stone oratories - the Druze have no mosques - stand amid the fields.But in 1980, there was only one mosque in the Phoenix area.Back in the early 1980s, there was a small community whose focal point was one mosque in Tempe.The Hassan Deftedar's mosque, Banjaluka.Did they even attend the mosque on a regular basis?The sound echoed out of the mosque towers across the town.
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