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Synonyms for Brittanic

a southern group of Celtic languages

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Diary of His Brittanic Majesty's Consul at Pondicherry regarding Shri Aurobindo's Movements and visitors at Pondicherry (from July 1910 to 3 November 1914) National Archives of India, Private Archives section, History of the Freedom movement Collection (Serial No.
A robotic production cell is reported to have delivered such dramatic quality improvements within tight cost constraints for Autosplice Brittanic, that the manufacturer has been able to create new jobs.
The treaty of peace, made on September 23,1783, was concluded between his Brittanic Majesty and the United States of America.
Instead, "His Brittanic Majesty acknowledges the said United States, viz.
Known for its high profile, award-winning schemes at Brittanic, Qube, Post Box and Broadway Plaza in Birmingham, in March Cala unveiled pounds 50 million of funds to spend on acquiring brownfield sites to develop new residential and mixed use property schemes in the region.
Mel's friend Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson, one of the world's best known Paralympians, is a patron of Treat and is travelling to Brittanic House near Neath next week for a meeting with Neath Port Talbot Local Health Board officials.
But there's more chance of me landing the tricast in the Grand National than of Helen playing anyone - Her Brittanic Majesty, Mother Teresa, Dame Thora Hird, whoever - without getting them out.
Athletics - Brittanic Asset Management Women's 10k (Bellahouston Park, Glasgow), Barrhead 5K, Kaim Hill Race (Fairlie)
A voyage round the world in His Brittanic Majesty's Sloop Resolution, commanded by Captain James Cook, 1772-1775.2 vols.
Dock Street Brewing Co.'s newest brand is Brittanic Brown Ale, brewed in the style of a traditional British brown ale.
(83) Roger Acherley's 1759 work, The Brittanic Constitution, so described a "money bill" as to reserve to the Commons:
Their season got even better when they strolled to success in the Twenty20 Cup final at Edgbaston and their unstoppable form continued at the Brittanic Ground when Young Azad CC became the latest team to succumb.
He worked for 30 years for Brittanic Assurance, before retiring in 1996.
Known for its award-winning schemes at Brittanic, Qube, Post Box and Broadway Plaza in Birmingham, the company is presently building St Bernards Lawns, a new 63-home development off St Bernards Road in Solihull, and has just sold out a 86 home development at Fradley.