nun vs none

nun none


  • 1) By extension, member of a similar female community in other confessions.
  • 2) A member of a Christian religious community of women who live by certain vows and usually wear a habit, in some cases living together in a cloister.
  • 3) The fourteenth letter of many Semitic alphabets/abjads (Phoenician, Aramaic, Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic and others).
  • 4) A woman who belongs to a religious order or congregation devoted to active service or meditation, typically living under vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience.
  • 5) The 14th letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
  • 6) A woman devoted to a religious life, who lives in a convent, under the three vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience.
  • 7) The European blue titmouse.
  • 8) The 25th letter of the Arabic alphabet, corresponding in pronunciation to n.
  • 9) (R. C. Ch.) the members of a religious order established in Montreal in 1745, whence branches were introduced into the United States in 1853; -- so called from the color or their robe, and known in religion as Sisters of Charity of Montreal.
  • 10) A white variety of domestic pigeons having a veil of feathers covering the head.
  • 11) The 14th letter of the Hebrew alphabet, corresponding in pronunciation to n.
  • 12) The smew.
  • 13) a buoy resembling a cone
  • 14) a woman religious
  • 15) the 14th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
  • 16) The fourteenth letter (ℶ) of the Hebrew alphabet, corresponding to the Greek νῦ and the English n. Its numerical value is 50.
  • 17) A name of several different birds.
  • 18) A woman devoted to a religious life, under a vow of poverty, celibacy, and obedience to a superior: correlative to monk.
  • 19) A female recluse.
  • 20) A yellowish-brown, neutral, fatty substance produced by an insect found in Yucatan. It melts at 48.9° C. and readily absorbs oxygen from the air.
  • 21) Same as nun-moth.
  • 22) A child's top.


  • 1) Same as nones, 2.
  • 2) a canonical hour that is the ninth hour of the day counting from sunrise
  • 3) a service in the Roman Catholic Church formerly read or chanted at 3 PM (the ninth hour counting from sunrise) but now somewhat earlier
  • 4) A Middle English form of noon.
  • 5) No one; not one; not anything; -- frequently used also partitively, or as a plural, not any.
  • 6) not at all; not; nothing of; -- used emphatically.
  • 7) (Bot.) the Saxifraga umbrosa. See London pride (a), under London.
  • 8) No; not any; -- used ly before a vowel, in old style.
  • 9) not any
  • 10) not at all or in no way
  • 11) Nothing.
  • 12) Not any person: no one, nobody (with singular concord); no people (with plural concord).
  • 13) Not any (one) of a given number or group of things. With singular or plural concord.
  • 14) Not any; no.


  • 1) The early monks and nuns knew it.
  • 2) Staying in a monastery or a convent is not a new concept; monks and nuns have been welcoming pilgrims for centuries.
  • 3) All that was taken care of by the nuns at boarding school or the servants at home.
  • 4) This early realisation of her faults led to her desire to become a nun.
  • 5) Such situations convinced some of the more devout monks and nuns of the superiority of their vows of poverty.
  • 6) At lunch the nuns had spread white tablecloths and set out vases of autumn flowers and sprays of greenery.
  • 7) My school was run by nuns.
  • 8) And so, they became a monk and a nun.
  • 9) Her first home away from home was a hostel in Victoria run by nuns.
  • 10) For a time he lived in a house for asylum seekers run by a nun, but when it closed he was homeless.
  • 11) It is particularly impressive when a group of monks or nuns chant for they may use different keys, all blending into a harmonious whole.
  • 12) His replacement was a woman who had previously been a Roman Catholic nun.
  • 13) He says: 'The nuns at school were just wicked.
  • 14) Similarly, if you are so concerned about how you look, why become a nun in the first place?
  • 15) She grew up on Long Island and was sent to a strict boarding school run by nuns when she was six.
  • 16) JACKI SCHECHNER, CNN INTERNET REPORTER: Tom, take a close look at what they call the nun bun, or the immaculate confection.
  • 17) For whatever else she is, a nun is a woman who has pledged herself to God and renounced sex.
  • 18) The incumbent of a temple, celibate or not, is called a monk; the term nun is generally rejected, at least in contemporary Western Zen.
  • 19) And the average age of an American nun is around 70 — except in traditional orders such as the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist in Ann Arbor, Michigan, which now [in 2006] have 73 members with an average age of 24.
  • 20) Somehow, an evil nun is trying totake the thing over.
  • 21) She called the nun in July, 2008 to make the appointment, and Teresa couldn't book an appointment until November 2, 2010.
  • 22) She turns out to be a nun from the Church of England, and her mind has been implanted with the Index-Librorum-Prohibitorum – all the magical texts the Church has removed from circulation. (from: Wikipedia)
  • 23) One nun from the monastery of Töss was devoted to a depiction of Christ in Judgment before Pilate. 21 She would pray before the image, asking that she be judged favorably at the Last Judgment.
  • 24) ‘A Jesuit uncle, then chaplain to the Seattle community of Carmelite nuns, made an emergency appeal for prayers.’
  • 25) ‘During the 500's, Saint Benedict of Nursia established monasteries where monks and nuns lived in separate communities.’
  • 26) ‘True, in Roman Catholicism there are whole communities of monks and nuns who intercede every day for those who do not have the desire or the capacity to pray for themselves.’
  • 27) ‘Once a year I spend a weekend at a Buddhist monastery populated by a community of monks and nuns.’
  • 28) ‘It was this letter which enabled the founding of Carmelite communities for nuns, and gave official recognition to lay people as members of the order.’
  • 29) ‘While this nuptial dimension belongs to the entire Church by reason of our baptism, the cloistered nun is consecrated to be an icon of this reality.’
  • 30) ‘The bias against celibacy prevents the emergence of a distinctive caste of female religious comparable to the nuns and abbesses of the Christian West.’
  • 31) ‘He was especially well known among the religious sisters, the nuns of that time.’
  • 32) ‘Soon there was also a house for nuns of which Augustine's widowed sister became ‘mother’.’
  • 33) ‘Like Whitby in Northumbria, several of the Kentish minsters had been double houses, comprising communities of nuns and monks ruled by an abbess.’
  • 34) ‘The purpose of these scriptures is to regulate in all detail the life within the community of monks and nuns as well as their relationship with the laity.’
  • 35) ‘One of mother's aunts was a nun in the Sisters of the Holy Family, a black order in New Orleans.’
  • 36) ‘It is the only Benedictine community for nuns in Ireland and, like many other orders, is experiencing a serious decline in vocations.’
  • 37) ‘A number of priests and nuns were killed, and churches and convents were torched.’
  • 38) ‘Not long afterward, she converted to Christianity and became a Carmelite nun.’
  • 39) ‘She accepted only nurses over thirty years of age and refused to allow Roman Catholic nuns or other religious orders to serve.’
  • 40) ‘More than 130 Roman Catholic priests and nuns and hundreds of other Christians were affected by the denial of visa renewals.’
  • 41) ‘Soon the effects of the new teaching were widely felt, with monks and nuns leaving their monasteries and convents.’
  • 42) ‘The protagonist is a Carmelite nun who is gifted with visions and who writes inspiring poetry about them.’
  • 43) ‘The group included eight Catholic nuns, a priest, four military veterans, union organizers, and students.’


  • 1) none of this comes across as the slightest bit serious.
  • 2) Yet none of that makes it any less watchable.
  • 3) none of this means prices will not rise further.
  • 4) Yet none of it really adds up.
  • 5) Yet none has had the impact of the big beard.
  • 6) That is something that none of us can really understand but it is the way the dice have been thrown.
  • 7) Yet they got none of that.
  • 8) We're going to say slim to none.
  • 9) Yet none of this would have held us without a series of detailed, generous and committed performances.
  • 10) Yet none of it's happening.
  • 11) There are some good keepers around but none of them great.
  • 12) Yet none of these people would automatically accept that what they are doing is linguistics.
  • 13) Some tabloid editors bleat that anybody in the public eye deserves none.
  • 14) That means none of the climbers have prior knowledge of the problems.
  • 15) As the game reached its climax none of that seemed to matter.
  • 16) Plus none of us actually needs to remember anything because we have the internet.
  • 17) This is something that none of us should be ashamed of.
  • 18) Yet none of these players has yet fulfilled the hopes invested in them.
  • 19) none of those greats won another major.
  • 20) none of this means things could not be improved.
  • 21) But actually it is none of these things.
  • 22) She has seen six doctors so far but none has come up with a cause or a cure.
  • 23) It is understood no complaint has been received from either woman and none of those involved is suspended.
  • 24) But almost none have reached the point where they could send messages and spacecraft out of their atmospheres.
  • 25) none would say there is enough.
  • 26) They have lost none of their quality and I guarantee that fans won't be disappointed.
  • 27) Do we really need more then eleven thousand point of view on the stupid act of an upset man — none, *none* who witnessed it, nor talked to the involved parties?
  • 28) For if the options are irreducible causation or none, one should ask whether ˜none™ might be the better choice.
  • 29) III. i.7 (62,9) [I do lose a thing, That none but fools would keep] [W: would reck] The meaning seems plainly this, that _none but fools would_ wish _to keep life_; or, _none but fools would keep_ it, if choice were allowed.
  • 30) "But in none of these, in _none_, was there -- realization -- of themselves, say the Three; naught but hunger driving, always driving them to still its crying.
  • 31) I figured I could cash in on you round eyes by calling myself by a name none of you would ever forget—Charlie Chan.
  • 32) Now I realize that probably isn't the proper medical terminology, but I am working on the patent for the term none the less. lol ...
  • 33) onyx - a sternum of slippery glass some may enter her throat, unload and expect a morning of without a face or a name none will enter her heart
  • 34) ‘He had hoped to receive parking permits for residents but none were forthcoming.’
  • 35) ‘There were none, except perhaps the slight lift of an eyebrow as he noticed Cory's gaze.’
  • 36) ‘It's beginning to build an activist community in a city where previously there was none.’
  • 37) ‘There are a lot of his songs that I've grown attached to but none have been able to touch me like this song.’
  • 38) ‘Other parties too have done the same thing in the past, but none was as effective as the BJP.’
  • 39) ‘Hopefully there will be none because everyone else will be gobsmacked at your arrogance.’
  • 40) ‘none of the deaths certified as due to old age was assessed by a necropsy, and none had a coroner's inquest.’
  • 41) ‘none of the interviewees were qualified to answer, since none were spokesmen for the NFU.’
  • 42) ‘Despite the pledges and promises of money, none had actually materialised.’
  • 43) ‘They have added to the traffic queues, indeed created queues at times and places where none existed before.’
  • 44) ‘By 1946 there were none, as there were virtually none anywhere in Eastern Europe.’
  • 45) ‘I also did not like having my patience appreciated when I clearly had none.’
  • 46) ‘I have no problem with the concept of publishing as a commercial enterprise; none whatever.’
  • 47) ‘Inventing a pattern where there is none is something that stories and conspiracy theories have in common.’
  • 48) ‘I have searched the shelves for either packet or tinned pumpkin soup but alas there is none!’
  • 49) ‘Days went by, and the women had plenty of meat, but the old woman always told her son that there was none.’
  • 50) ‘We have already got a bank for bottles, plastic and clothes, but none for newspapers.’
  • 51) ‘They asked for a reason why the prosecution was discontinued, but have been given none.’
  • 52) ‘Mr Bradbury was later informed that the alcohol in his blood was under the limit - not that there was none.’
  • 53) ‘They are all inventive and attractive, though none make for instant easy listening, or playing.’
  • 54) ‘If Donie was the man of the match then there were heroes as well and none more so than goalie Colm Munnelly.’
  • 55) ‘To my sorrow and sadness nobody recognized me and there was none to honour me as your lover at your gate.’
  • 56) ‘Not only did none of them show up, but none sent me as much as a postcard of good wishes.’
  • 57) ‘There will be none to deny that in the rich variety of its attractions it has few equals.’
  • 58) ‘He said that so many people loved her and looked out for her, none more so than the owner and staff of Equinox.’
  • 59) ‘Yet none imaged that a man so full of life would meet such an untimely death.’
  • 60) ‘Many people have been affected deeply by his passing but none more so than his immediate family.’
  • 61) ‘Everybody is fully aware of this fact but none demonstrates determination to tackle it.’
  • 62) ‘none of the volunteers reported discomfort, and none experienced cutaneous irritation.’
  • 63) ‘Later, 26 children and one teacher went to hospital, but none was seriously injured.’
  • 64) ‘Police said there were three casualties, but none had suffered anything more than minor injuries.’
  • 65) ‘Airport paramedics treated the injured passengers at the scene but none was thought to be seriously hurt.’
  • 66) ‘Many others have rarely bothered and none has tried hard enough or often enough.’

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