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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

  • 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

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