Anglo-Celtic Isles

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Anglo-Celtic Isles

  1. (rare) the British Isles.
    • 2002, David Harvey, Celtic geographies: old culture, new times, page 241:
      The British—Irish Council is a current constitutional innovation of great significance to pan-Celticism, a potential shift of the geopolitical centre of gravity of the Anglo-Celtic isles for the first time since the establishment of the Irish Republic.