01. His girlfriend's parents are Sikhs, so they got married in a Sikh [temple].
02. They visited a number of Shinto [temples] when they went to Japan.
03. We saw a beautiful statue of the Buddha in a [temple] in Sri Lanka.
04. Felicita helped ease Victor's headache by massaging his [temples] and his neck.
05. The young man fell unconscious after receiving a blow to the [temple] from another hockey player.
06. Sikhs the world over were outraged at the attack on the [temple] at Amritsar by the Indian army a number of years ago.
07. The parade lead to the Hindu [temple] in the center of town.
08. There is a Chinese proverb which observes that the jail is closed day and night, and is always full, whereas [temples] are always open, and are still empty.
09. J. Krishnamurti once stated that religion is the frozen thought of men, out of which they build [temples].
10. The first known monumental [temples] were built in Mesopotamia around 4000 B.C.
11. There's a [temple] in Sri Lanka dedicated to a tooth of the Buddha.
12. In ancient Greece, where the mouse was sacred to Apollo, mice were sometimes eaten by [temple] priests.
13. On the stone [temples] of Madura in southern India, there are more than 30 million carved images of gods and goddesses.
14. Wat Benjamabophit is the last major [temple] to have been built in Bangkok.
15. The Great [Temple] at El-Karnak, built in Egypt more than 3,000 years ago, is larger than the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris.
16. The Greeks held Zeus, King of the Gods, in great honor, and they built many [temples] for him.
17. On Chinese New Year's Eve, people go to the [temple] to pray for their ancestors and for good fortune.

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