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Like others of the Gentile nations also, they had their 'high places,' which were large stones, or piles of stones, on the summits of hills; these were called carns (cairns), and were used in the worship of the deity under the symbol of the sun.
The Celtic Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 2, December 1875 A Monthly Periodical Devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folk Lore, Traditions, and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt at Home and Abroad
Judy, or even the Parson, would go on long expeditions to the cromlechs and carns of the country around; but sometimes she and Ishmael would slip away together, defying convention, sometimes on foot, sometimes in
On an island, there are three types of creatures - carns, herbs and omnis.
A Whenever two carns see each other, both of them will try to eat each other, and perish.
Thanks to its seaside location, this miniature Mount Fuji yields a grandstand view inland to the giants of the Snowdonia range, and south across Cardigan Bay to the Rhinogs, Preselis and distant carns of St David's Head.
I dont eat them that often (my hips and carns dont get along), so when I do have one I go all out!