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a building where monks or nuns live or lived
  • There you have the ruins of Cong Abbey.
    p. 96.5
  • The pretty shops and pubs and restaurants, the little hotel, the flowers in pots and window boxes tipped down the road in the shadow of the ruined abbey.
    p. 96.9
  • As was Ballintubber Abbey.
    p. 232.4
  • But Cathal ordered another church built, and it came to be Ballintubber Abbey.
    p. 233.5
  • "Oh well, they've more than the abbey, and the graves and such.
    p. 234.1
  • "Well there's the Ross Abbey.
    p. 236.7
  • "But I know it's old, of course not as old as the abbey, but old for all that."
    p. 237.2
  • I felt I'd been there before, like the abbey, but not .... bright, not happy like that.
    p. 241.2
  • Of a wedding at Ballintubber Abbey.
    p. 249.3
  • At least long enough to get a booking at Ballintubber Abbey.
    p. 342.1

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