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Gregory Mendel worked out his concepts of genetics by doing breeding experiments using pea plants in the monastery's garden.
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Pack a picnic and start the evening with a leisurely hike through the olive groves, timing your arrival at the monastery with the pink sunset.
Over a breakfast similar to the one at the previous monastery, Sam asked the roshi—bald, trim, and wearing a rather stylish denim robe—about his practice.
This would explain Coach Cal climbing the steps to the Taung Kalat monastery in Burma the day after the Kansas State loss.
It is believed that the Book of Deer was written at the monastery, which had fallen out of use by the 13 century, according to Alison Campsie of the Scotsman.
Nuns typically reside and do their work and ministry within a monastery while sisters live under an order or congregation of sisters and tend to do their ministry out in the world.
At the end of Season 4, Erlich accepted an invitation from Richard's rival Gavin Belson (Matt Ross) to join him at a monastery in Tibet.
The monastery has been sacked or looted at least four times, most recently by the occupying Italians in 1936, each time being rebuilt.
To be sure, many different churches and monasteries around medieval Europe claimed to have bits of a St. Valentinus’ skull in their treasuries.
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Origin and Etymology of monastery
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: a place where monks live and work together
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