Anglo-Celtic


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Anglo-Celtic

n, adj
Austral of or relating to an inhabitant of Australia who was or whose ancestors were born in the British Isles
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From the Tiger Bay Rainbow Club in 1960 to the last day of school ahead of the flooding at Capel Celyn and even an insight inside the Anglo-Celtic Watch Company (known as The Tick Tock) in Ystradgynlais - these are some of the highlights of 150 unseen films about how life in Wales used to be.
Weston was representing Wales for the second year running in the event, which as usual incorporated the Anglo-Celtic Plate home international.
Collectively these scholars of education have tended to assume that the broad outlines of the history of education policy and cultural development that prevailed in Ontario --rooted in British practice and in the values of the dominant Anglo-Celtic elite which were often overtly anti-American--can be applied, with minor regional variations, to western Canada.
And he added: "Let's reverse life's lottery of location and put the UK Parliament there (Liverpool) - an Anglo-Celtic city that's ethnically diverse and infectiously inclusive.
Instead of seeking to consolidate its support among the Lakehead's Finnish workers in a way that accommodated their desire to participate in a party-affiliated organization that simultaneously fulfilled cultural and economic needs, the CPC dedicated itself to making inroads into the Anglo-Celtic community, a program that proved entirely unsuccessful.
However with hammerings, internal squabbles and injuries hampering Derry, Donegal and Monaghan respectively, Tyrone may be best placed to claim the Anglo-Celtic Cup.
As the appreciation in the Austin American-Statesman described it, "Some academicians have recently challenged its assumptions and conclusions, specifically aspects of what Fehrenbach viewed as Anglo-Celtic triumphalism.
Given the focus on Anglo-Celtic history albeit with acknowledgements of the missing Aboriginal imaginaries, the subtitle of the book: "An Environmental History of the Murray-Darling Basin," seems to contradict the largely Anglo-Celtic flavour of the book specifically acknowledged in the introduction.
The Great Anglo-Celtic divide in the history of American foreign relations.
Sean McCormack of Abergele took a massive 66 minutes off his personal best in leading the Welsh team home in the Anglo-Celtic Plate 100k race in Perth.
One look at the Australian team can't help, but give the impression that cricket in this country is a game for people of Anglo-Celtic heritage," Jones wrote in an article for the Age.