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“There are fifty-six in the National Collection; and a find made near Belfast of a socketed bronze celt in association with some of these objects shows they were in use during the late Bronze”
“Hockey World Cup set to become highest watched hockey tournament ever Olli Jokinen scores 2 as Finland rallies from 2-goal deficit to beat Slovakia 5-3 for bronze Jokinen scores 2 as Finns rally from 2-goal deficit in 3rd to beat Slovakia 5-3 for bronze Bronze bombers: Finland beats Slovakia 5-3 to take 3rd place in hockey North American medal madness: US sets record for most, Canada ties record for most gold”
“Chris Henderson: The name Bronze Radio Return was inspired by old radio I grew up listening to in my fathers art studio in Maine.”
“Survey of the fortification sites, weapons finds and other archeological evidence relating to warfare in Bronze Age Europe.”
“All this comes from the recesses of what's called the Bronze Age.”
“We have seen that in general terms the Bronze Age coincided with the arrival and spread of the Celts, though the earlier Celts were still”
“In the year 1825, the writer invented a new case, somewhat larger than the Scroll Top, which was called the Bronze Looking-Glass Clock.”
“You pay a lot more than 80 PLUS Bronze, which is already at least 82% efficient.”
“And yet, Ms. Singleton, who described her skin as caramel-toned, wears copper sparkle pigment so often her friends call her Bronze Goddess.”
“This was one of Prime Minister Andrus Ansipâ€ ™ s most famous responses to the riots that rocked Tallinn after the government decided to move the statue commonly known as the Bronze Soldier to a site outside of the city.”
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