Definitions for "Chapel"
A subordinate place of worship
a small church, often a private foundation, as for a memorial
a small building attached to a church
Keywords:  blusher, headpiece, veil, gown, sweep
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.
A formal veil that extends to the floor and may be up to 108" long. Appropriate to wear with a formal gown with a chapel or sweep train. May have multiple layers or a blusher veil.
A formal veil that extends to the floor, the chapel falls two-and-a-half yards from the headpiece. It's often worn in combination with a sweep train and blusher for extra oomph.
There are three chapels in the School. Memorial Chapel built as a memorial to Old Carthusians who were killed in the First World War, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and consecrated in 1927, and Founder's Chapel (FC), constructed from part of the original chapel, which is approached from the east end of the South African Cloisters. The Millennium Chapel (MMC) is situated in the north-east corner of Memorial Chapel and was consecrated in 2000.
a service conducted in a chapel; "he was late for chapel"
A large room in a funeral home dedicated to holding funeral services.
A large room of the funeral home in which the farewell service is held.
Keywords:  gpmu, foc, nuj, moc, chair
The organisation of the NUJ (or of the printers' union GPMU) within an office. See this discussion of its origins. The Chair of a Chapel is referred to as the Mother or Father of Chapel (MoC or FoC).
Chapel is a new parallel programming language being developed by Cray Inc. Chapel is being developed as part of the Cray Cascade project, a participant in DARPA's High Productivity Computer Systems (HPCS) program, which has the goal of increasing supercomputer productivity by the year 2010. Chapel strives to improve the programmability of parallel computers in general and the Cascade system in particular, by providing a higher level of expression than current programming languages do and by improving the separation between algorithmic expression and data structure implementation details.
A printing office, said to be so called because printing was first carried on in England in a chapel near Westminster Abbey.
An association of workmen in a printing office.
Keywords:  asl, browser
ASL Browser
a dangerous thing for an artist to get involved in, given the uncontested divorce of religion and art in the twentieth century
Keywords:  enshrine, inter, deposit
To deposit or inter in a chapel; to enshrine.