Berain


Related to Berain: betaine, brain

Be`rain


v. t.1.To rain upon; to wet with rain.
[imp. & p. p. Berained ( ); p. pr. & vb. n. Beraining.]
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Llyr Gruffydd, Plaid Cymru AM for North Wales, said: "Historic buildings such as Berain as well as ancient woodlands would be affected by these pylons and I re-iterate my call for this connection to be placed underground.
Appeal organisers are trying to collect money for a powered wheelchair for agricultural contractor Hywel Wynne Davies, who was paralysed from the chest down after a fall at Erw Las, Cefn Berain.
Indeed, it was in Turin that the rococo style first established itself in Italy, although it was not really adopted elsewhere until the early 1740s, where it flowered in Rome, soon to be followed by the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, and then the palaces of Venice and Lombardy, where the early influence of Jean Berain gave way to the exuberance of Ticino plaster workers, who worked all over northern Italy, Austria and southern Germany.
Mae Elin wedi bod i blasdy Berain yn Sir Ddinbych yng nghwmni Rhys Mwyn ac mi fydd y ddau yn gweld sut yn union mae dendrenolegwyr wedi mynd ati i ddyddio'r coed yno.
She has been secretary of the local senior citizen club for eight years and chapel deacon and treasurer at Cefn Berain for nearly 10 years.
In the 1570s Gwydir was the home of Katherine of Berain, cousin of Queen Elizabeth I and the castle has associations with the Babington Plot (1586) and the Gunpowder Plot (1605).
3) Other English mirrors of the period are decorated with Boheme engraving and localised cutting combined in a style known as Laub und Bandelwerk in Germany and a la Berain in France, after the Parisian draughtsman/pattern-book artist Jean Berain (1637-1711).
Its beauty is celebrated in poetry and its history is embodied in buildings such as Plas Newydd in Cefn, unchanged since built when Shakespeare was still a teenager, Berain, home of Wales''s most famous woman, and in the long-distance North Wales Pilgrims Way linking Basingwek Abbey with Bardsey Island.
The 65-year-old tractor enthusiast was left paralysed from the chest down after a night-time fall in the kitchen of his family home at Erw Las, Cefn Berain, near Llannefydd.
Catrin was born circa 1534, the daughter of Robert Fychan and Jane Valville; the family of the Berain estate, situated on the outskirts of Llanefydd in the Vale of Clwyd.
Tractor enthusiast Hywel Wynne Davies, 65, was left paralysed from the chest down after a night-time fall in the kitchen of his family home at Erw Las, Cefn Berain, Denbighshire.