claustral

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claus·tral

(klaws'trăl),
Relating to the claustrum.

claus·tral

(klaws'trăl)
Relating to the claustrum.
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Canepa, "The Writing Behind the Wall: Arcangela Tarabotti's Inferno Monacale and Cloistral Autobiography in the Seventeenth Century.
Trench 3 confirmed that the eastern end of the church was indeed to the north of the cloistral buildings, providing structural evidence for a large buttressed building approximately 10.
The first time he takes Annie there, John describes the countryside along their route to the vineyard: "Our route lay partly up hill and partly down, for we were in the sand-hill county; we drove past cultivated farms, and then by abandoned fields grown up in scrub-oak and short-leaved pine, and once or twice through the solemn aisles of the virgin forest, where the tall pines, well-nigh over the narrow road, shut out the sun, and wrapped us in cloistral solitude" (7).
By modifying old cloistral restrictions Jeanne was able to introduce a free day school alongside a boarding school, for which fees applied.