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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

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Abbey, Belmont Abbey, Benedictbeurn Abbey, Boyle
Abbey, Buckfast Abbey, Cerne Abbey, Downside
Abbey, Dunfermline Abbey, Evesham Abbey, Farnborough
Abbey, Faversham Abbey, Folkestone Abbey, Fort Augustus
Abbey, Fountains Abbey, Furness Abbey, Glastonbury
Abbey, Hagustald Abbey, Hexham Abbey, Hextold
Abbey, Holy Cross, Colorado Abbey, Holy Cross, Ireland Abbey, Holyrood
Abbey, Jedburgh Abbey, Kilwinning Abbey, Kinloss
Abbey, La Trappe Abbey, Maryhelp Abbey, Mount Melleray
Abbey, Mount Saint Joseph Abbey, New Abbey, New Melleray
Abbey, New Subiaco Abbey, Newbattle Abbey, Newhouse
Abbey, Peterborough Abbey, Quarr Abbey, Ramsey
Abbey, Ramsgate Abbey, Reading Abbey, Rievaulx
Abbey, Rufford Abbey, Saint Anselm's Abbey, Saint Augustine
Abbey, Saint Bede Abbey, Saint Benedict's, Kansas Abbey, Saint Benedict's, Oregon
Abbey, Saint Benedict's, Scotland Abbey, Saint John's Abbey, Saint Martin's
Abbey, Saint Mary's Abbey, Saint Maurice of Agaunum Abbey, Saint Meinrad's
Abbey, Saint Michael's Abbey, Saint Norbert's Abbey, Saint Procopius'
Abbey, Saint-Denis Abbey, Sherborne Abbey, Solesmes
Abbey, Stanbrook Abbeylubber Abbo of Fleury, Saint
Abbot Abbot General Abbot of Unreason
Abbot President Abbot Primate Abbot, Commendatory
Abbot, Lay Abbot, Regular Abbot, Secular
Abbot, The Abbot, Titular Abbreviations

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