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Do you nave my luggage?
Halfway through the basilica (in the nave) we walked down two flights of stairs and got into the crypt.
The new organist, after passing between the rows of the faithful in the nave, and going to kiss the archbishop's ring, had gone up to the organ-loft, where he was trying one stop of the organ after another, with an affected and ridiculous gravity.
“This was the nave of the first church,” my father explained again, unnecessarily, in his thoroughly ordinary voice.
Behind her, Rachel heard doors slam open in the nave. Gray and the others would be caught off guard.
He glanced back at the blazing rose window and followed the dusty rays as they passed the cross and entered the nave.
It planted itself in the centre of the nave and grew there monstrously.
It was darker in this little room than in the nave.
Monk stepped wide, positioning himself to keep the entire nave covered.
She searched the cavernous length of the nave.