This thing I saw in the Parish Church of St. John the Baptist in Cirencester looks like a fine wine glass dating from c. 1440. I'm sure you know the architectural and religious term to describe this thing.
But the "Oxford University Press has removed words like "aisle", 'pulpit', "bishop", "chapel", "empire" and "monarch" from its Junior Dictionary and replaced them with words like "blog", "broadband" and "celebrity". Dozens of words related to the countryside have also been culled. The publisher claims the changes have been made to reflect the fact that Britain is a modern, multicultural, multifaith society." I read an article about this development in the newspaper (14th Jan. 2015), esp. about the loss of nature words like buttercup, arcon and the religious terms.
Sorry, I couldn't move away the information board on the left side.
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