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Celtic cross

Celtic cross
A cross with a long vertical shaft and short horizontal arms, and with a circle struck from their intersection, joining all four.
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Peter, an upside-down Latin cross said to be the instrument of martyrdom requested by Peter because he thought himself unworthy to be executed the same way that Jesus was; (6) the Celtic cross, with a circle representing eternity; (7) the Maltese cross, with eight points representing the Beatitudes; (8) the Jerusalem or Crusader's cross, made up of four Greek crosses around four joined Taus, representing the five wounds of Christ, and evangelization to the four corners of the world; (9) the Eastern cross, one of the earliest, still used in Russian Orthodox and other eastern Churches; the upper bar represents the "INRI" inscription; (10) the Patriarchal cross, processional cross used by Patriarchs and Archbishops; (the Papal version has a third crossbar).
SJK (Finland) - This would see Celtic cross swords with ex-Motherwell midfielder Simo Valakari, who enhanced his burgeoning managerial reputation by guiding the Finnish minnows to a first league title in their history.
Empowered by an ancient Celtic Cross which gifts him superhuman abilities, Callan risks everything to take down the empire presided over by kingpin Erlik (Michael Clarke Duncan).
She's having to put in some overtime to hide her famous body art, which includes a large Celtic cross and band on each arm.
She will lay a wreath on the Barre Granite Celtic Cross on the Front Street side of Worcester City Hall.
A CELTIC cross celebrating a community's Christian heritage was vandalised before it was even unveiled.
And pounds 25 from every sale is put towards the building of a Celtic Cross monument dedicated to the memory of Scotland's war dead.
Bob now balances lorry driving with carving, turning out sinuous pieces ranging from a snow goose, Celtic cross, Angel of the North, butterfly and whales fashioned from driftwood acquired during a trip to New Zealand.
Mrs Centurion, aged 52, said: "The Celtic cross had been broken into two pieces and was lying on the grass.
P Duo Celtic Cross will bring Irish sounds to the Bay Horse at Lindley on June 13.
It's no longer acceptable to sport a tiny silver heart, a tasteful platinum band or an understated Celtic cross. And do not even THINK about blinding the neighbours by wearing a signet, sovereign or onyx set in retina-searing yellow gold.
But as a compensation he is rumoured to have bought her a Celtic Cross inlaid with six diamonds worth around $100,000.