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Excerpt from Famous Cathedrals as Seen and Described by Great Writers
The western limb of the cathedral is called the nave. The term choir is sometimes loosely applied to the whole Of the eastern limb. Strictly it applies just to that part of the church where the stalls are; and that part, as in St. Al ban's and Norwich, need not necessarily be in the eastern limb at all, but in the crossing and in the easternmost bays of the nave.
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