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use "chapel" in a sentence

Another outstanding piece is the Group of Saint George (1504), which was initially made for the Saint jürgen chapel at the Ratzeburger Allee by the sculptor Henning von der Heyde.

Art as Politics in the Third Reich, University of North Carolina Press, chapel Hill, 1996 Petropolis,
this language varies much more than native-speaker language, in an apparently chaotic way.

So, the Go board actually represents an extremely complex and chaotic universe.

Each pixel is colored white for 0 and black for 1. Rule 30 cellular automaton Rule 110 cellular automaton Rule 30 generates exhibits class 3 behavior, meaning even simple input patterns such as that shown lead to chaotic, seemingly random histories.

"I know if you just report on those few places, it does look chaotic.

Lady Macbeth had been derided in pravda as "a farrago of chaotic, nonsensical sounds." Some facts about the incident still remain unclear as most of the parties involved died without revealing in detail what happened during those chaotic few weeks.

Strategy of the Dolphin: Scoring a win in a chaotic world ISBN 0-449-90529-2 is a 1989 business and self-development book written by Dudley Lynch and Dr. paul L. Kordis.

The pocket house is a chaotic place full of noisy people.

Both religion and superstition seek meaning in otherwise random and chaotic events.

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