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Içel

(iːˈtʃɛl)
n
(Placename) another name for Mersin

Icel.

or Icel,

1. Iceland.
2. Icelandic.
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ICEL released its first full English translation in 1970; that English text was used with minor changes until November of this year.
The utter impoverishment of the old ICEL 'translations' will become more and more evident the more we become accustomed to the new one.
The first, by the stalwart of Catholic education, Gini Shimabukuro of ICEL, offers practical insights into developing a spirituality for teaching.
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