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Ab·e·rys·twyth

 (ăb′ə-rĭs′twĭth′, -rŭs′-)
A town of west-central Wales on Cardigan Bay. It is an educational center and seaside resort and is home to the National Library of Wales.

Aberystwyth

(ˌæbəˈrɪstwɪθ)
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(Placename) a resort and university town in Wales, in Ceredigion on Cardigan Bay. Pop: 15 935 (2001)
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Borth Wild Animal Kingdom, near Aberyswyth, has been criticised for having "no understanding of wild animal behaviour or welfare needs" by the Lynx UK Trust, who said a second cat had died after keepers at the zoo tried to move it to another enclosure using a dog noose.
Borth Wild Animal Kingdom near Aberyswyth, west Wales, has been criticised for having "no understanding of wild animal behaviour or welfare needs" by the Lynx UK Trust, who said a second cat had died after keepers at the zoo tried to move it to another enclosure using a dog noose.
The Ceredigion area of West Wales was also the site of a reported tornado with residents in the university town of Aberyswyth taking to Twitter to share images of damage caused by the shock gales.
169) In 1919, the Chair in International Politics was established at the University of Wales, Aberyswyth, from an endowment given by David Davies, is arguably believed to have become the first academic position dedicated to IR.
The couple are working with Aberyswyth and Newtown-based architects practice, Hughes Architects, on the project.
Aberyswyth booked a last eight berth as they saw off Talywain 28-8, Loughor were 33-21 home winners over Ystalyfera and Skewen defeated visitors Pwllheli 22-13.
From early 2015 carcases from premises within one hour s travel of Aberyswyth will need to be delivered to the post-mortem facility at Aberystwyth.
The request to join the assessment visits at Aberyswyth and Birmingham was not exactly welcomed by QAD officers, with a period of standoff between the research team and the QAD, followed by agreement at short notice for the researcher (conducting/that fieldwork) to accompany the assessment team visiting the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
Ian Ledsham also recognized some limitations to the distance-learning approach offered at Aberyswyth University, noting of the modules that: "As work progressed, it became clear that there were two areas which were going to be difficult to teach 'off the page': the description of various printed and recorded music formats; and the study of reference sources.
and to lift Bridget's sagging spirits friends from her club turned out to cheer her on at Plascrug, near Aberyswyth, helping her to a 2hr 31min finish.
As Relacoes Internacionais enquanto disciplina autonoma adquiriram status academico somente no seculo XX, datando sua institucionalizacao de 1919 com a criacao da catedra Woodrow Wilson na Universidade do Pais de Gales, em Aberyswyth, Gra-Bretanha.
For example, when looking at the prospect of retaliation, Scott, professor of international politics at the University of Aberyswyth, suggests the use of nuclear weapons by one nation would not have necessarily produced a similar response.