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Sister Clarissa Goeckner, a lifelong friend of Uhlorn’s and former prioress of the monastery, said Uhlorn grew up in a musical family of 10 children near Ferdinand, a few miles north of Cottonwood.
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: a nun who is head of a religious house or order
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