Thesaurus / intramural

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Everybody knows that an intramural churchyard has a tendency to enlarge itself—not in area, but in perpendicularity.

Havana has two quarters, the intramural and the extramural; the former lies along the bay.

The latter accord more with ancient cities which were intramural.

The intramural road is about three miles around, and makes the trip in seventeen minutes.

Another more constant pollution of the air was that resulting from intramural burial.

The distant rumble of a train on the Intramural, or a quack from a sleepy duck among the rushes, alone broke the stillness.

The Making of MaryJean Forsyth

Intramural interment was one of the most cherished practices of Christendom so long as the word intramural had a literal meaning.

But intramural burials were not allowed in Rome; therefore the catacombs commence outside the walls.

All the pigments used by the modern Tusayan Indians were found in the intramural burial already described.

He was going one way, and I the other, each on an Intramural car.'

Against OddsLawrence L. Lynch

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