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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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Mairtin O Cadhain's Cre na Cille has been officially translated into Danish and produced on stage by the Abbey Theatre and also Taibhdhearc na Gaillimhe, and unofficially translated into English (but unpublished for legal reasons).
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The project is also part of Colm Cille's Spiral, a series of national art and literature commissions celebrating the life of 6th Century monk Colm Cille, who is also known as St Columba.
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.
66) The first and finest of three short lyrics in Human Chain that make up 'Colum Cille Cecinit' ('Columcille Sang This') is voiced by a long-suffering scribe, who complains how 'My hand is cramped from penwork': previous, rather flatter renderings of this opening line read 'My hand is weary from writing' (Kuno Meyer) and 'My hand has a pain from writing' (Flann O'Brien).
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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.
Columba, also known as Colum Cille - "dove of the church" - travelled in exile to Scotland in 563 with 12 companions.
A promising fourth on his debut at Wolverhampton, the 4-7 favourite travelled fluently under Robert Winston and scooted past long-time pacesetter Rann Na Cille for a two-length call.