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Synonyms for Manx

the ancient Gaelic formerly spoken on the Isle of Man

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a short-haired tailless breed of cat believed to originate on the Isle of Man

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Only just under half the men were born in England, while a further fifth came from within the British Empire: Scots, Welsh, Manxmen, Canadians, Nova Scotians, and British West Indians.
Nick Crowe and passenger Mark Cox are set to renew their duel with fellow Manxmen Dave Molyneux and Dan Sayle in the first of two threelap sidecar races that follow the superbike action.
In Broome, before heading inland, he finds himself among 'luggers, diving suits, Japanese, Koepangers, Malays, Chinese, Binghis, Manxmen, Scots, Tasmanians, Texans, Englishmen, Bretons, Capetowners, and so many others he thought he was being sent up' (p.
The Manxmen are preparing for the UEFA Regions Cup in June as England's representatives after winning the FA National League Systems Cup last season.