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- n. A Christian symbol, common in Ireland, which combines the cross with a ring surrounding the intersection.
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- n. a Latin cross with a ring surrounding the intersection
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At Drake's Bay the chaplain of the Golden Hind held the first religious service in the English language on the American continent -- a service that is commemorated by a Celtic cross set up on a hill in Golden Gate
In the first are the bull standard and the Celtic cross, which were carried through the fields in ancient harvest festivals.
This beautifully carved Celtic cross is rendered in an ornate antique faux-verdigris finish.
A former Port Authority officer, Bill Connors, gave DeVona a Celtic cross, cut from trade center steel.
Numerous granite monuments, and possibly others in red sandstone including the Fisher monument (1875) and Elizabeth Sharp Gregerson granitemarker in the form of a Celtic cross
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