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Monasterially
Monasterial Mon`as*te"ri*al, a. [L. monasterials, fr. monasterium.] Of or pertaining to monastery, or to monastic life. -- Mon`as*te"ri*al*ly, adv.

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- Marcelino "Marcy" Monasterial (January 3, 1923 - January 27, 1997) was a former American para table tennis player of Filipino descent. Monasterial started his...
- For the ancient monasterial worker, see Auscultare Auscultation (based on the Latin verb auscultare "to listen") is listening to the internal sounds of...
- the six Tengus. Hōzōin Kakushunbō Insei was Inshun's successor in the monasterial line of the school (the Hōzōin-ryū taught nowadays comes from the secular...
- Pangilinan, Jr., an engineer and entrepreneur from Pampanga, and Emma Monasterial Nepomuceno, a public school teacher from Nueva Ecija and Marinduque....
- Inshun, Hōzōin Insei, Hōzōin Infū, Hōzōin Inken who constituted the monasterial line of the school ending on Inken, and Nakamura Naomasa and then Takada...
- he ****umed direction of the monasterial school Bebenhausen. and in 1654, he became abbot of the evangelical monasterial school of Adelberg. He died in...
- 1860 he was appointed librarian to Victor I, Duke of Ratibor at the monasterial castle of Corvey near Höxter on the Weser, where he died in 1874. Hoffmann...
- Bourguiba settled in Cairo, Egypt where he was aided by his former monasterial teacher, Mounier-Pillet, who lived in the Egyptian Capital city. There...
- methods from southern countries. During the entire medieval period, monasterial gardens served to spread foreign plants suitable for cultivation, and...
- countryside waste. The Sponheim abbot Johannes Trithemius had brought the monasterial belongings, the library and the archive to safety in Kreuznach. The besieged...
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