Celt

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a member of a European people who once occupied Britain and Spain and Gaul prior to Roman times

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Celt was an early pioneer of the craft beer scene in the UK, making hoppy, extravagant beers that were brewed using continental hops, rich malt body and often foraged raw materials.
Although Grange had a lot of possession, the Police had plenty of chances and held the Celts off.
The Arabian Celts Ladies A and B teams will be taking part in the ladies draw and the combined Arabian Celts/Qatar G team will take part in the Hurling competition.
Many of today's Halloween traditions derive from the Pagan practices of the Celts.
Mike Daniels scored twice for Dragons before the break, with Steffan Parry, Paul Jones and Dylan Roberts adding further scores and just one reply from Celts to give a half-time score of 32-10.
The Celts came back with what proved to be merely a consolation effort.
Mohawks took the initiative in the second quarter with Kenny Roberts (16 points) mesmerizing the Celts defence with some outstanding driving play.
The book's author Professor Stephen Oppenheimer said that the Celts are 'similar in their genetic pattern to the Basque', reports The Independent.
I described how the Celts easily extended blessings and assured him that each of us can and ought to also entrust our loved ones to God each day.
Celt and Roman: The Celts in Italy, by Peter Berresford Ellis.
THE Arabian Celts hurlers very nearly got off to the perfect start in the first round of the inaugural Middle East League in Oman over the weekend but in the end, had to make do with runners-up spot to a strong Dubai Celts outfit.
GRANGE Celts won the Lazarou League Premier Division Cup after extra-time and an amazing marathon penalty shoot-out against PB Construction, which was only decided after Kier Yip converted the 28th spot-kick for a 10-9 win.
The Conwy Celts on the other hand have had free weekends on the last two occasions, their last game being the win against the Falcons three weeks ago - a game that got them worried at one point.
I have read the book by Cunliffe and Koch, "Celtic from the West", and as I read it, their conclusion is that while there are a group of "Celtic" Languages, that have survived from the Bronze Age, this does not imply the revivification of the simplistic concept of a people called the Celts.