CELIB

AcronymDefinition
CELIBComputerised Environmental Law Information Base
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An example would be the Comite de Liaison des Interets Bretons (CELIB), which was a leading exponent of regionalism in France from the early 1950s until recent years.
"Not them, I guess," said Jerry, pointing out the triple-glazed, sealed window at a passing group of dun-robed Celibs. You saw them everywhere these days -- more than a cult, less than a movement, Jerry had concluded.
The old saints turned from the flesh to God, but the Celibs crucify the physical pleasures -- which many have already tasted to the point of disgust -- on the altar of personal, intellectual survival.