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Celje

(tsĕ`lyĕ), city (1991 pop. 40,710), in Slovenia. Metallurgy, chemicals, and food processing are the chief industries. Founded (1st cent. A.D.) by the Roman Emperor Claudius, it was the seat (1341–1456) of the powerful Slovenian counts of Celje (or Cilli). In the city are a 13th-century monastery and a 16th-century palace.

Celje

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in the Socialist Republic of Slovenia. Population, 34,000 (1972). In addition to a zinc works, Celje has metalworking, chemical, wood-products, textile, leather and footwear, and food-processing industries. In the suburb of Store there is a metallurgical plant. Brown coal is mined near Celje.

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Yeats's play Purgatory (1939), Denis Devlin's "Lough Derg" (1942), and Patrick Kavanagh's long poems The Great Hunger (1942) and "Lough Derg" (written in 1942, published posthumously), along with the prosopoetic anti-novels TheThird Policeman by Flann O'Brien (written 1939, published posthumously) and the Irish-language Cre na Cille by Mairtin O Cadhain (1949).
Lindisfarne is linked to Colm Cille through St Aidan, who founded the monastery on Holy Island, and who was a monk in Colm Cille''s monastery on Iona.
They preserved traditions of those original associations long after it was probably proper to do so, he says, then transferred the traditions to local saints Colum Cille and especially Begley.
As well as Columbanus and Colum Cille (his longest poem translated from Latin by Edwin Morgan), the book exercises its ecumenical patriotism in its English selections by finding room for the Dean of St Patrick's (excluded by Yeats as "but an Irishman" by "visitation of God" but here generously and intelligently represented), Nahum Tate (who rewrote King Lear with a happy ending but is now best known for "While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night') and Mrs.
candlesticks with Cille Johnson of Dallas custom shades; CANEBACK SOFA: signed Pierre Nogaret; FABRIC: Steven Harsey, Portifino in Sand; PILLOWS: Becky Vizard, B.
Une emotion nait de la beaute fugitive d'autres details inoubliables: la silhouette d'une femme s'eloigne avec son achat, une longue peau de vache noire a la souplesse de tissu qui glisse sur la boue comme une traine dans le sillage elegant; ailleurs, cette tete de vache au poil clair, a l'oeil si bien dessine, qui cille, qui meurt, cornes pointees vers le ciel, maintenue, accompagnee, par des mains noires expertes et puissantes, pourtant si petites a l'echelle de la bete.
Another factor: "There is less training and less of the intellectual photo editor thinking about the assignment," says Michel du Cille, the Washington Post's director of photo/multimedia/video.
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Columba, also known as Colum Cille - "dove of the church" - travelled in exile to Scotland in 563 with 12 companions.
Before long Christophe and Joshua are drifting apart only managing to come together around their love for Ma-mee the woman who raised them; their indifference to Cille the woman who gave birth to them and deserted them when they were five; and their hatred and disdain for Sandman their father a homeless drug addict.
Dans le succes du totalitarisme, le facteur inquietant est plutot l'authentique desinteressement de ses adherents: il est comprehensible qu'un nazi ou un bolchevik ne soit pas ebranle dans ses convictions lorsque des crimes sont commis contre des gens qui n'appartiennent pas au mouvement, ou lui sont meme hostiles; mais l'ahurissant est qu'il ne cille pas quand le monstre commence a devorer ses propres enfants, ni s'il devient lui-meme victime de la persecution [.