Third-person singular simple present indicative form of place.(verb)
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Use "places" in a sentence
"In these and similar places, while the phraseology is exceedingly simple, the variations which the text exhibits are so exceeding numerous, — that when it is discovered that _a Church Lesson begins in those places_, we may be sure that we have been put in possession of the name of the disturbing force."
"And in the canons of 1603, after alluding to the foregoing constitution, and observing that it was too much neglected in many places, it is appointed “That there shall be a font of stone in every church and chapel where baptism is to be ministered; the same to be set in the _ancient usual places_.”"
"And many times when a reformation was introduced under some of the wiser and better princes, it is still lamented by the sacred writer, that  _the high places were not taken away: the people still offered, and burnt incense on the high places_."