Chapel

A chapel is a religious place of fellowship, prayer and worship that is attached to a larger, often nonreligious institution or that is considered an extension of a primary religious institution. It may be part of a larger structure or complex, such as a college, hospital, palace, prison, funeral home, church, synagogue or mosque, located on board...
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Chapel

A scientific laboratory.
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Chapel

• (n.) A printing office, said to be so called because printing was first carried on in England in a chapel near Westminster Abbey. • (n.) In England, a place of worship used by dissenters from the Established Church; a meetinghouse. • (n.) A choir of singers, or an orchestra, attached to the court of a prince or nobleman. • (v....
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Chapel

(side-chapel) An area of a church with its own altar, originally for the cult of a saint other than the patron saint. Maybe an extension, or simply screened off with parcloses.
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chapel

noun a place of worship that has its own altar
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Chapel

[programming language] Chapel supports a multithreaded parallel programming model at a high level by supporting abstractions for data parallelism, task parallelism, and nested parallelism. It enables optimizations for the locality of data and computation in the program via abstractions for data distribution and data-driven placement of subc...
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Chapel

Chap'el noun [ Old French chapele , French chapelle , from Late Latin capella , orig., a short cloak, hood, or cowl; later, a reliquary, sacred vessel, chapel; dim. of cappa , capa , cloak, cape, cope; also, a covering for the head. The chapel where St. Martin's cloak...
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Chapel

Chap'el transitive verb 1. To deposit or inter in a chapel; to enshrine. [ Obsolete] Beau. & Fl. 2. (Nautical) To cause (a ship taken aback in a light breeze) so to turn or make a circuit as to recover, without bracing the yards, the same tack on which she had been sailing...
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Chapel

a small building or room set aside for worship. Large churches or cathedrals might have many chapels dedicated to different saints. A chantry chapel is a special chapel where prayers for the dead are said.
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chapel

A small or subordinate place of Christian worship other than a parish or cathedral church; also a church subordinate to and dependent on the principal parish church, to which it is in some way...
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chapel

A small or subordinate place of Christian worship other than a parish or cathedral church; also a church subordinate to and dependent on the principal parish church, to which it is in some way supplementary. The term can also refer to a building or part of a building or institution (for example, a palace, college, convent, hospital, or prison) ...
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Chapel

A small section of the church, or a small building having its own altar.
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Chapel

A weekly event at camp where the community reflects upon and celebrates its values. At Rockbrook, a non-religious group activity, where campers select songs and stories they find meaningful.
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Chapel

A word to describe a small church or place of worship. Many groups of Dissenters chose to call their palces of worship a chapel, as they believed the work 'church' should be only used to describe the wider Christian community.
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Chapel

An area of a church with its own altar, originally for the cult of a saint other than the patron saint. Maybe an extension, or simply screened off with parcloses.
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Chapel

Can either be an alcove with an altar in a large church, or a separate building that is smaller than a full-sized church. Chapels have the same function as church buildings and are equipped in the same way, but are usually dedicated to a special use.
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Chapel

Chapel is printer slang for a print workshop.
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chapel

chapel, subsidiary place of worship. It is either an alcove or chamber within a church, a separate building, or a room set apart for the purpose of worship in a secular building. A movable shrine containing the cappa, or cloak, of St. Martin was first called a cappella; hence a sanctuary that is not...
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Chapel

Either a small church, or an area or compartment within a larger church that contains an altar. Chapels have the same function as church buildings and are equipped the same way, but they are usually dedicated to special use. For example, a large estate might have a chapel in which worship services are held for family members, staff, and guests. If ...
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Chapel

Place of worship for a particular group, such as those in a hospital, a boarding school in a district. Belongs to the context of a parish
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chapel

small, intimate place of worship. The name was originally applied to the shrine in which the kings of France preserved the cape (late Latin ... [3 related articles]
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Chapel

The name derives from the oratory in Charlemagne's palace at Aquisgrana in Germany, where the cape of Saint Martin of Tours was housed. In the nave of a church it represents a niche containing an altar dedicated to a saint.
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chapel

[n] - a place of worship that has its own altar
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