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1. Covent Garden a large square in London, so called because originally it was the garden of a monastery
2. Covent (noun) a convent or monastery Etymology: [OF
3. Covent m (oblique plural covenz or Coventz, nominative singular covenz or Coventz, nominative plural Covent) convent (residence of nuns)
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4. Covent Garden is one of London’s most popular shopping neighbourhoods, home to a wide range of world-class fashion, beauty and lifestyle stores
5. The new ventilator has been dubbed the Dyson Covent and the UK government has ordered 10,000 units. Ventilators will be ready starting from April, a Dyson spokesperson told CNN, which is very fast
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7. The Covent-19’s approach is to challenge current practices in medical device innovation, design, and manufacturing economics, by developing life-saving equipment in an open source, crowdsourced, highly affordable, and royalty-free manner
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8. Introducing the Covent Challenge
9. In an email to staff, the inventor said his eponymous company had designed the “Covent” at the request of Boris Johnson, and promised to donate 5,000 to the international relief effort
10. 🥂 A Piazza de Covent Garden foi construída em 1630 e é aqui onde vários artistas de rua se apresentam em um mix de lojas de marcas renomadas e feira de artesanato
11. Those Covent Garden ladies will have nowhere to turn when they're released, so they'll most likely will end up back on the streets again
12. Someone needs to tell young Reginald that a woman with a reputation as a Covent Garden lady has no place being brought into this celebrated family.
13. The Covent A series is designed for relatively clean gas applications, and it offers high efficiency, low noise performance at minimum cost
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14. Covent Garden is a district in London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St Martin's Lane and Drury Lane
15. It is associated with the former fruit-and-vegetable market in the central square, now a popular shopping and tourist site, and with the Royal Opera House, itself known as "Covent Garden".
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17. Covent Green is a single-family home community in Lithonia, Georgia, built between 1987 and 1996
18. The average annual property tax for Covent Green is $1,225
19. Covent Green is located south and west of Marbut Road on Covent Court, Cranford Court and Denham
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26. Covent Garden Sinfonia (known as the Orchestra of St Paul's until June 2017) is a professional chamber orchestra resident at the Actors' Church
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27. In addition to a concert series in Covent Garden, the orchestra gives performances all around the UK and makes regular visits to the Southbank Centre , Cadogan Hall and St John's, Smith Square .
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28. Covent Garden is a rather cool, growing area of London's West End which includes many popular attractions including Leicester and Trafalgar Square, as well as Covent Garden market and a cool selection of shops, stalls and places to eat, including one of two flagship Apple Stores, which is probably my favourite Apple branches in London, a huge
29. The Covent costs more than the other two Camp Chef ovens, this is a long term investment due to the long life of a Camp Chef oven
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30. Do yourself a favor and spend a few dollars more to buy this model, as a long term camp chef oven user you will not be disappointed with the Covent model
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31. Covent Garden, square in the City of Westminster, London
32. Adjacent to the former market site stands the Royal Opera House (Covent Garden), home of Britain’s
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34. Mysteries of Covent Garden, London, United Kingdom
35. Covent Garden Piazza and Central Market, (tube: Covent Garden)
36. Covent Garden is a covered shopping mall with shops predominantly selling clothing, but also gifts and cosmetics
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37. Covent Garden covers the area that includes the Royal Opera House, Neal’s Yard and the former fruit and vegetable market building
38. In 1974 the fruit and vegetable market was relocated to the New Covent Garden Market in Nine Elms.
39. At its best, Covent Garden Market can be a beehive of activity, with up to 3 levels of shops, bars, pubs and restaurants to explore
40. Having a look around one of my favourite London locations, the main piazza at Covent Garden.Be sure to subscribe for more content (^_^)
41. Palm Court is the quintessential Parisian-style brasserie in the heart of Covent Garden
Covent Cov"ent (k?v"ent), n. [OF. covent, F. couvent. See Convent.] A convent or monastery. [Obs.] --Bale. [1913 Webster] Covent Garden, a large square in London, so called because originally it was the garden of a monastery.
Definition of convent. (Entry 1 of 2) : a local community or house of a religious order or congregation especially : an establishment of nuns.
Within the gospel, a covenant means a sacred agreement or mutual promise between God and a person or a group of people. In making a covenant, God promises a blessing for obedience to particular commandments. He sets the terms of His covenants, and He reveals these terms to His prophets.
The Hebrew term for covenant is berit, meaning “to bond or fetter.” It is translated into Greek as syntheke, “binding together” or diatheke, “will, testament.” In the Bible, then, a covenant is a relationship based upon mutual commitments. It typically involves promises, obligations, and rituals.