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Synonyms for Brittanic

a southern group of Celtic languages

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Athletics - Brittanic Asset Management Women's 10k (Bellahouston Park, Glasgow), Barrhead 5K, Kaim Hill Race (Fairlie)
s newest brand is Brittanic Brown Ale, brewed in the style of a traditional British brown ale.
Roger Acherley, The Brittanic Constitution (1759) [hereinafter Acherley].
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.
SONIA O'SULLIVAN took little reward from a hard day's work as she finished in fifth place at the Brittanic Women's 10km Road Race in Glasgow yesterday.
A Moneyfacts survey shows the top five for pounds 10,000 over five years are: Liverpool Victoria pounds 16,062; Brittanic pounds 15,984; Prudential pounds 15,807; CGU pounds 15,793; Wesleyan pounds 15,520.
All the perks of sophisticated urban living but with a leafy outlook onto lawns and mature trees instead of a sooty cityscape - that's what this twobedroom luxury apartment in Moseley's Brittanic Park offers salary slaves needing to touch down from high-flying careers.
We will use the new funds to target the acquisition of large and small brownfield sites across the region for mixed use and residential schemes, to rival our previous, high profile, award-winning ones at Brittanic, Qube, Post Box and Broadway Plaza.
The first leg passes a 17th century farm before skirting the impressive modern headquarters of Brittanic Assurance.
I was in the catering department in the MV Brittanic, on the Liverpool to New York run from 1951-1954.
This is underlined by the fact that there are still only three providers of these annuities - British Life, GE Life and Brittanic Retirement Solutions - even though they were launched in 1995.
The balloon, 80ft high when fully inflated, is being built for the Brittanic Challenge - David's attempt to be the first person to cross the pole by balloon.
The merger, not referred to the Monop-olies Commission, will add Brittanic sites in Glasgow and near Birmingham t o the operation