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a native or inhabitant of Brittany (especially one who speaks the Breton language)

a Celtic language of Brittany

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Critical to immigrant integration, Breton argues, is the successful incorporation of minority religious organizations into the broader institutional matrix of the new society.
Throughout the book, Moch also analyses the role of community bonds and Breton associations in the lives of Breton-born Parisians.
He brings to vivid life Breton, Marcel Duchamp, Antonin Artaud, and others, and even takes the title of Hu Mei's killer poem from a key phrase in Breton's The Surrealist Manifesto (1924), later inscribed in the epitaph on his tombstone: "I seek the gold of time."
Breton said that the staff, spend between 5-20 hours handling emails.
Breton, the first woman to reach the rank of captain in the 173-year history of P&O Cruises, said: "It feels absolutely fantastic to be the first female to sail a cruise ship into the GCC.
She was predeceased by her parents, Joseph and Theresa (Hanrahan) MacMillan of Lingan, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
"In a European context that was strongly downward, the price quotation on the Marche du Porc Breton was very disrupted this week", Marche du Porc Breton said.
It was not that long ago that trains criss-crossed this corner of Cape Breton on a regular basis, laden with steel from the plant in Sydney, the island's largest city, or coal from the nearby towns of New Waterford and Glace Bay.
"Breton is a sister language to Welsh, about as close linguistically as English is to German.
MUHANNAK flopped on his first start since leaving the yard of Ralph Beckett as Loup Breton (Julio Canani/Garrett Gomez) overcame trouble in the straight to run out a half-length victor over High Court Drama as the 3-5 favourite in the Grade 2 San Marcos Stakes.
CANADIAN single malt whisky producer Glenora Distillers is celebrating victory in its long legal battle with the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) over its trademark 'Glen Breton'.
The game plan, announced last week by Pascal Breton, senior VP fiction at Zodiak, has already hatched its first projects.
In her 1906 travel narrative Picturesque Brittany, the Englishwoman Nancy Bell gives voice to an enduring inclination among outsiders to the region to read desire and their own social and cultural preoccupations onto Breton regional costume.