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  • Cats are good at insisting; it's one of their innate master-level traits, like "Celerity" or "Luck +5."

    so. um. yeah.

  • 11.06.2010 Irish company Celtrino, formerly known as Celerity, is to double its ...

    Silicon Republic - News

  • The parents want McKinley to be run by Celerity Educational Group, which operates three high-performing charters in the Los Angeles area.

    Crushing Hopes in Compton

  • Actress, entertainer, author and sports fan Jenny McCarthy hosts the first annual Snow Queen Vodka and Celerity Investments Derby Spectacular Friday night (9 p. m.-3 a.m.) at the Frazier International History Museum in Louisville.

    Q&A: Jenny McCarthy on Derby parties, autism, movies

  • Celerity already runs three Los Angeles-area charters that serve students similar to those at McKinley with far greater success.

    California

  • Since Celerity is ready and waiting to take over McKinley, the district has no legitimate reason not to facilitate the switch.

    California

  • In 2009, one Celerity school was in the 40th percentile statewide and in the 90th compared to schools with similar demographics.

    California

  • Well, joining us now, "Celerity Justice" correspondent Jane Velez-Mitchell, in Los Angeles, who's covering the Michael Jackson trial.

    CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2005

  • It was an eighteenth-century treatise on foxhounds, how to breed and train them, and it included an amazing word-list of potential names for every member of the pack: “Passion” or “Celerity” or “Fidelity.”

    Summer of Deliverance

  • For every experimental Phylosopher knows, that the steel and the Magnet or the Glass and feather will not fly together with more Celerity, than somebody

    Letter from John Adams to Abigail Smith, 14 February 1763

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