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/Spanish manˈrɛsa/
a city in NE Spain: contains a cave used as the spiritual retreat of St Ignatius Loyola. Pop: 67 269 (2003 est)
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  • And it had not ceased to thump when a few minutes later he turned into manresa Road.

    The Roll-Call Arnold Bennett
  • Meanwhile, novitiates were established at Loyola, manresa and Seville.

    The Jesuits, 1534-1921 Thomas J. Campbell
  • During a violent fever at manresa, he thought he was near his death.

    The Autobiography of St. Ignatius Saint Ignatius Loyola
  • manresa is of course for ever associated with the name of Loyola.

    Glories of Spain Charles W. Wood
  • And then, instantaneously, the revulsion seized him, even as it had seized him in June at manresa.

    The Whirligig of Time Wayland Wells Williams
  • Still, in spite of frightful drawbacks it was some degrees better than manresa.

    Glories of Spain Charles W. Wood
  • It does not, however, stand out far and wide in magnificent outlines, like manresa or Lerida.

    Glories of Spain Charles W. Wood
  • Loyola, Oate and manresa greeted them with delight, and forty-six cities sent petitions for colleges.

    The Jesuits, 1534-1921 Thomas J. Campbell
  • The church at manresa is said to have been commenced in the same year, 1328; and it is extremely similar in all respects to Sta.

  • Was there, at that time, any difference between the monk of manresa and the monk of Erfurth?

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