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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The level of hate being directed at any commentator not of Anglo-Celtic ancestry or appearance, who dares utilise his or her democratic right and questions matters of public interest, is alarming.
A staggering 98 percent of those reported Islamophobic cases were committed by ethnically Anglo-Celtic perpetrators, usually lone males.
As the big cities grew, their ethnic mix changed from Anglo-Celtic and European to Eurasian.
In my opinion, Australia qualifies as a great example of a healthy multicultural nation; It is a young nation compared to most Western ones, but has been a multicultural society, encompassing within the breadth of its ethnic diversity historical moves to incorporate indigenous peoples, the highly visible Anglo-Celtic ethnic groups, immigrants from Europe, Australians with Asian backgrounds, refugees from world wars and sojourners from many other countries.
For example, the Anglo-Celtic side of this dual history--that is to say, Muriel Smith's background--is nowhere near as well documented as the Ukrainian side of the equation.
The world Figg inhabits is both fiercely multicultural (there are only three characters with an Anglo-Celtic background from a cast of eleven) and full of people known only by their nationalities.
Torres Strait Islanders influenced both the Aboriginal and Anglo-Celtic communities' music making as well as being influenced themselves by other cultures' musics, particularly during WWII contact with African-American soldiers' performances and knowledge of jazz and the blues.
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.
In 1901 the area was largely Anglo-Celtic and the parish began with an Irish parish priest under the Irish Cardinal Moran.
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.
British penal settlement into an Anglo-Celtic state formally independent from the 'Motherland' at the start of the 20th c.