1. Abbess: [noun] a woman who is the superior of a convent of nuns.
2. Abbess draws on more than a quarter century of experience in the design and fabrication of Deep Temperature Cryo Instruments and Systems, bringing a deep knowledge base in material properties and physics in the ultra low temp and cryo temperature context
3. Abbess designs and produces instruments of precise performance and robust service life.
4. Abbess definition, a woman who is the superior of a convent of nuns
5. Abbess, the female superior in spirituals and temporals of a community of twelve or more nuns.With a few necessary exceptions, the position of an Abbess in her convent corresponds generally with that of an Abbot in his monastery
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6. Abbess is a Force affinity champion from the Sacred Order faction
7. Abbess was relatively weak up until September 2020 where she had a buff to her A2 and A3 abilities
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8. The Abbess of Fontevrault at the monastery of Fontevrault had houses for both monks and nuns, and an Abbess presided over both
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9. Abbess belongs to "The Sacred Order" faction under the Telerians army
10. In addition, Abbess is born as an exceptional leader as She brings an Aura
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11. When Burke attempts to enter the abbey, it is revealed that the Abbess was actually Valak, who attempted to attack Burke in the chapel.
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12. An Abbess was a title given to a nun who ruled over a convent of religious sisters
13. Abbesses Great religious women of the early Middle Ages
14. IBACK most abbots and Abbesses, which is why I was on Talgo Abbess, third at 100-8, in the Champion Hurdle in 1967.
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15. Abbess, the title of a superior of certain communities of nuns following the Benedictine Rule, of convents of the Second Order of St
16. Term derived from abbot (Aramaic abba, father), "Abbess" is the title of a female superior of a monastic community of nuns.Superiors were referred to as mater monasterii, mater monacharum, praeposita; the term "Abbess" appeared for the first time in the West on the tomb of a certain "Serena, abbatissa" (d.c
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17. Find 23 ways to say Abbess, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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18. The Abbess is a character appearing in the novel and in the film adaptation
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19. Each Abbess is elected by the Valleysmen to be the tribe's leader
20. Zachry mentions that if the future had played out differently, his sister, Catkin, could have been the next Abbess
21. The Abbess is the chief religious official and educator in the Nine Valleys
22. Abbess is a legendary attack champion from the faction Sacred Order doing force damage
23. Abbess Thermal Technologies Abbess brings a unique and innovative team approach to the challenges of temperature technology in a wide range of industries and applications
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24. Abbess: 1 n the superior of a group of nuns Synonyms: mother superior , prioress Examples: Saint Bridget Irish Abbess; a patron saint of Ireland (453-523) Heloise student and mistress and wife of Abelard (circa 1098-1164) Types: mother a term of address for a mother superior Type of: superior the head of a religious community
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25. Abbess ( plural Abbesses ) A female superior or governess of a nunnery, or convent of nuns, having the same authority over the nuns which the abbots have over the monks
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26. [First attested around 1150 to 1350] The Abbess was always after the nuns to keep the convent immaculately clean
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27. Abbess Germaine was the co-founder of Redwall Abbey, along with Martin the Warrior
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28. An older mouse, she was formerly the last Abbess of Loamhedge Abbey, but a plague forced her and others to leave and travel to Mossflower Woods
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29. Abbess Germaine was most famous for designing the blueprints for Redwall Abbey during the Great Mossflower War
30. ‘The Abbess withheld much from me concerning the fate of my parents.’ ‘The Abbess questions the existence of the reincarnations.’ ‘I have given my word to the Abbess and I pledge the same to you, that she will be generously cared for.’ ‘Particularly in Germany, where Hildegard lived, being an Abbess was a very commanding position.’
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31. Abbess Warmaster or Giant Slayer? Based on their active attack skills, Abbess is expected to hit an average of 1 times
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32. Abbess witnesses the assault and runs inside to inform the others of the Danes’ arrival
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33. Uhtred wishes to send Abbess back out to talk to them as they are not aware of Uhtred, Skade, Finan, Sihtric, and Osferth’s presence
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34. Sable volunteers to go out there, but Abbess takes the responsibility
35. The mode of election, position, rights and authority of an Abbess correspond generally with those of an abbot
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36. Abbess Sylvaticus was the first Abbess of Loamhedge Abbey, which suggests that she was in fact a mouse
37. The Abbess showed us around the convent.La abadesa nos mostró el convento.
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38. Abbess definition: An Abbess is the nun who is in charge of the other nuns in a convent
39. Publication date 1974 Topics Benedictine nuns, Abbesses, Christian, Catholics Publisher New York, Viking Press Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; china Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English
40. A woman who is in charge of a convent (=a place where a group of nuns live) Examples from the Corpus Abbess • Radegund is extensively commemorated as an Abbess and a saint in the writings of Venantius Fortunatus and her second biographer Baudonivia
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41. — Abbess to party, wondering who summonned Ryu and Fou-Lu into this world
42. Role in Breath of Fire IV  The Abbess can be found inside her house at the mountain village of Chek
43. This article is about Abbess, but you may be looking for this Abbess
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44. The Abbess is a minor character in The Last Kingdom television series
45. She is an Abbess who resides in a nunnery in Northumbria
46. Northumbria; When Brother Trew comes looking for Gisela at the nunnery, the Abbess protects Gisela by telling Brother Trew that they haven't crossed paths with any women
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47. Abbess Instruments designs and manufactures its Vacuum Chambers to serve a broad range of industries and applications, from altitude testing and deep space environmental simulations to process applications like casting, degassing and drying
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48. Abbess standard off-the-shelf chambers are provided to be robust, practical and adaptable tools in all these various uses.
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49. The kit is comprised of 41 plastic components, with which you can assemble one Morvenn Vahl, Abbess Sanctorum of the Adepta Sororitas, and is supplied with 1x Citadel 60mm Round Base
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50. The Abbess is a middle aged woman of great bearing who is the leader of the abbey of Lissen Carak
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51. The Abbess has the look of a woman who had once been very beautiful indeed, though she is now about sixty
52. Abbess Instruments is Designing New concepts for Space Testing Systems for Back to the Moon, Space Mining, Ion Propulsion, Regolith Simulation, Other Planetary Atmosphere, weather, and chemistry simulation
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53. It is a very busy time! and Abbess is glad to help!! 44.
54. Definition of Abbess noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
55. Choose your favorite Abbess-inspired shirt style: v-neck or crew neckline; short, baseball or long sleeve; slim or relaxed fit; light, mid, or heavy fabric weight.
56. So what does it mean to dream of an Abbess? This dream means that you are looking for spiritual hope, it would point to the fact that you require being given the correct path in life
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57. Hild was Abbess and teacher at Whitby and is today venerated as a saint
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abbess (noun) · abbesses (plural noun)
Definition of abbess : a woman who is the superior of a convent of nuns Examples of abbess in a Sentence Recent Examples on the Web Following Offa’s death in 796, Cynethryth joined a religious order and became abbess of the monastery.
abbess (plural abbesses) A female superior or governess of a nunnery, or convent of nuns, having the same authority over the nuns which the abbots have over the monks. [First attested around 1150 to 1350] The abbess was always after the nuns to keep the convent immaculately clean.
Abbess. In Catholicism, an abbess ( Latin abbatissa, feminine form of abbas, abbot) is the female superior of a community of nuns, which is often an abbey.
n. 1. The superior of a convent. 2. Used as a title for such a person. [Middle English abesse, from Old French, from Late Latin abbātissa, from abbās, abbāt-, abbot; see abbot .] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.