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abbey
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  • On the first occasion I started up in alarm, to learn that she inferred from a particular light in the sky, that Westminster Abbey was on fire; and to be consulted in reference to the probability of its igniting Buckingham Street, in case the wind changed.
  • We had turned back to follow her, having encountered her coming towards us; and Westminster Abbey was the point at which she passed from the lights and noise of the leading streets.

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  • Wants to throw them out, yet tries to make us sing the Doxology like we were all in Westminster Abbey, does he?
    Harper Lee  --  Go Set a Watchman
  • Westminster Abbey had had one, she knew, as had the Sagrada Familia and Saint Basil the Blessed, but they had been sealed when Portals were invented.
    Cassandra Clare  --  City of Heavenly Fire

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