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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Recientes documentos magisteriales (6) han descrito y ensalzado los rasgos de la espiritualidad claustral. Las monjas, al elegir la vida de clausura, han ejercido libremente su derecho a practicar esa espiritualidad, asi como el derecho a hacer el apostolado que les es propio, de acuerdo con el derecho fundamental de todos los fieles formalizado en el c.
There was then in the abbey [of Seuilly] a claustral monk called Friar John of the Funnels, young, gallant, frisk, lusty, nimble, quick, active, bold, adventurous, resolute, tall, lean, wide-mouthed, long-nosed, a rare mumbler of matins, unbridler of masses and runnerover of vigils; and to conclude summarily in a word, a right monk, if ever there were any, since the monking world monked a monkery.
This last phrase pointedly reminds the reader of something claustral and possessive in Merimee's interests.
Not only does the claustral and carceral nature of Conrad's London radiate outward so that, by the time of Winnie's attempt to escape, Ossipon thinks that he "might just as well be put under lock and key every night" due to England's "insular nature" (282), but it penetrates inward as well to the various dwelling places of the narrative.
Of those whose provenance is known, most are claustral. The largest number of manuscripts is French, as we would expect, including several from the library at St.