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NOUN   a vicarage | vicarages
SYNO parsonage | rectory | vicarage
Убийство в доме викария [Агата Кристи]
The Murder at the Vicarage [Agatha Christie]
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Usage Examples English
  • As regards the vicarage, in the late 1970s it was decided by the parish that the village no longer required a vicarage of its own.
  • It was either incorporated into the vicarage or dismantled when the current vicarage was built.
  • In 1799, shots were fired through the vicarage bedroom window, "manifestly with a destructive and malicious intent" while Dr and Mrs Haines were asleep in bed.
  • The vicarage is also intact, but it is now a nursing home as a new vicarage was opened in the original vicarage's garden in 1989.
  • The original vicarage, to the northeast of the church, is now a successful restaurant, aptly named The Old Vicarage. A new vicarage was built behind the church in 1985.
  • In the early seventies of the last century the vicarage was bought by local entrepreneur Erik Brännholms who turned the house into a hostel.
  • P Taylor's novel Shadowmancer as the vicarage of Obadiah Demurral.
  • Nearby is the sandstone vicarage. The church and vicarage are now private properties.
  • The original vicarage, (until 2007 - then entrance to the Brockman Hall became the ‘new’ vicarage in 2007 - 2010. ...
  • Hólar became a vicarage after the bishop's seat was abolished until 1861 when the vicarage was moved to Viðvík.
  • The Old Vicarage, previously the east wing of the vicarage, was originally a timber-framed building built about 1600.
  • Bewholme Vicarage, in the village of Bewholme, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, is a former vicarage designed by the architect William Burges in 1859.
  • He had a school built in 1856, followed by a church in 1865–1868, and a vicarage in 1874, using nationally regarded architects.
  • The earliest vicarage, a low whitewashed building, with small windows and flagged floor was built in 1714.
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