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templetem‧ple /ˈtempəl/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 RRa building where people go to worship, in the Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh, and Mormon religions2 [usually plural]HBH one of the two fairly flat areas on each side of your forehead
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templeTop: the International check out a temple.The effort exhausted him although he could not comfortably lie still and his temples tightened.They had been to so many temples and doused themselves with so much holy water, their souls were transparent.Its a native temple of sorts, I suppose, Monsieur Joseph.Within the solid walls of temple compounds in Kyoto or Nara, Charles began to relax.As the temples of the goddesses were destroyed Lilith the Levia an languished forlornly on her ocean bed.If this was baseball, the next hitter would have gotten a fastball to the temple.There was even revelation in this temple of nature.
TempleTemple  an area in central London which contains the inner temple and the middle temple, two parts of the inns of court. Many lawyers and barristers work there.
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