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Priory

The largest independent provider of mental health, specialist care and specialist education services in the UK, based on number of beds. The Priory Group focuses on acute psychiatric care, secure and rehabilitation services, complex care, specialist education and elderly care. It is one of the top 3 independent providers of secure and rehabilitation services in the UK by number of beds.
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In his description of her in the General Prologue, Chaucer notes--with an irony that Wordsworth either misses or ignores--that the Prioress is "all .
When the prioress dies, Sister Constance, Blanche's very young and light-hearted companion, the child-nun, if you will, postulates that God does give each individual the death that fits him or her but that sometimes a mistake is made as in a cloakroom when the wrong garment is handed out.
Contemporary footage zooms in on the Mother Prioress as she counsels younger religious women or recounts her experiences that reveal her as a very human and likable woman.
We are working closely with the Prioress to ensure these needs are met and that their move is as smooth as possible.
On October 15, 2010, Sister Donna Markham OP, past prioress of the Adrian Dominican Sisters of Adrian MI, spoke to a group of 100, mainly religious sisters, a few Dominican Friars, Dominican lay members and a handful of others at St.
95) packs in a powerful story of Prioress Eleanor, who accepts lodging at a nearby manor and finds underlying family affairs are affecting not just lodging but leading to murder.
DenyingmanslaughterareJeffreyReed,35, of Sannan Street, Aberbargoed, the site agent for Lewis Construction; Colin Hughes, 47, of Hereford, production manager for United Utilites who managed the site at Prioress Mill, Usk, for Welsh Water, and his deputy Gary Sanford, 42, of Ty Canol, Cwmbran
For the last 12 years she has served as prioress of the Benedictine Sisters of Erie, Pennsylvania, and is currently executive director of Benetvision, a resource center for contemporary spirituality from a feminist and global perspective.
The main characters of the book, at least those most involved in solving the murder, are Prioress Eleanor of Tyndal Priory, her monk, Brother Thomas, whom she secretly loves, and Crowner Ralf, a type of medieval lawmen whose job it is to bring justice to the community.
Chapter 7 sets up a dichotomy of contemporary opinion between the image of the nunnery superior contained in the eulogy of pious Euphemia, Abbess of Wherwell and Chaucer's worldly Prioress Eglentyne.
The highborn Prioress of Westwood together with her two sisters of the convent are amongst the guests.
The Prioress is a great lady and a beautiful woman, and not unnaturally the narrator is warmly sympathetic to her on these accounts.