Gaul


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a person of French descent

a Celt of ancient Gaul

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an ancient region of western Europe that included what is now northern Italy and France and Belgium and part of Germany and the Netherlands

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Gaul acquits himself well in searching out the complicated story behind the numbers.
It will be taken by Supt Peter Dade, of the Fishermen's Mission at North Shields, at the plaque at the berthing location of the trawler which was erected last year to mark the 40th anniversary of the loss of the Gaul.
Gaul graduated from the University of Delaware with a B.
Andy Atkinson, 50, who lost his dad on the Gaul, said: "We feel the Russians are hiding something.
But, as Gaul pointed out, some of these flowers served medical purposes, with some regulating the health of the uterus and with others inducing abortion.
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The European Commission is expect ed to give its seal of approval in the coming mouths, and foreign productions that have been hosted in Gaul since the beginning of the year will be eligible for the rebate, according to Olivier-Rene Veillon, managing director at the Ile de France Film Commission.
It was still a fair introduction, though, and given plenty of time to find his feet since, Gaul Wood can make a memorable reappearance.
Unlike Asterix, they had no winged helmets, but were excellent craftsmen, creating intricate bronze birds of prey, brass boars and Gaul coins with stylised faces, as well as ornamental cauldrons.
Witold Gaul, of Grasmere Close, Rugby, appeared at Coventry Magistrates Court yesterday where he pleaded guilty to stealing the items on September 20 this year.
In the early 1860s Napoleon III, Emperor of France, sponsored a spectacular series of archaeological excavations to identify the locations of the battles described by Julius Caesar in his account of the Roman conquest of Gaul.
It had originally covered the floor of the central reception room in one of the most remarkable Roman villas ever discovered in what was then Northern Gaul.
Richmond's book belonged to a time of decolonisation, when the Roman empire was seen as a model for the British empire, much as Gaul (and the French Empire) was portrayed in J.
Current Chapter President David Gaul presented the award at a half-day chapter educational program, "U.