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Introduced to the sisters as a deaf-mute to discourage temptation, Massetto struggles to maintain his cover as the repressed nunnery erupts in a whirlwind of pansexual horniness, substance abuse and wicked revelry.
One of very few monarchs to have earned madness as a title, the 16th-century Spanish Queen Juana la Loca, was dealt with by being forcibly confined to a nunnery.
She was dispatched to a nunnery upon the death of her husband, Emperor Taizong and, like Liu, hauled herself back to glory through guile and determination.
That money will help pay for the renovation of the Kuhlman Building, which once served as a nunnery, a nursing school and dormitory, and administrative offices for the hospital.
Qualley is enigmatically alluring as Cathleen, a teenager consumed by ecstatic fever, called to the nunnery by her sudden, enveloping love of God.
At noon, crimson-robed nuns flocked to a gathering at the main nunnery.
Sadly, this is not true of most nunneries, despite the desire of the nuns to learn and grow.
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Definition of nunnery for English Language Learners
: a place where nuns live
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