Celtic as spoken and written in ancient times on the mainland of Europe.
- Continental climate
noun 1. a climate characterized by hot summers, cold winters, and little rainfall, typical of the interior of a continent
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noun, American History. 1. either of two legislative congresses during and after the Revolutionary War. The first was in session from September 5 to October 26, 1774, to petition the British government for a redress of grievances. The second existed from May 10, 1775, to 1789, and issued the Declaration of Independence and established the […]
noun 1. a style of cooking that includes the better-known dishes of various western European countries.
noun 1. a divide separating river systems that flow to opposite sides of a continent. 2. (initial capital letters) (in North America) the line of summits of the Rocky Mountains, separating streams flowing toward the Gulf of California and the Pacific from those flowing toward the Gulf of Mexico, Hudson Bay, and the Arctic Ocean. […]