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Caratacus

(kəˈrætəkəs) ,

Caractacus

or

Caradoc

n
(Biography) died ?54 ad, British chieftain: led an unsuccessful resistance against the Romans (43–50)
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At the time it belonged to literary agent Caradoc King who, while working and living at the property, cut the multi-million pound deal with Redford.
Brandon Andrew Daniel Morris, 18, from Caradoc Avenue in Barry, admitted harassment and breaching a bail condition.
Terry Gray, 38, of Caradoc Close, Henley Green, admitted failing to provide a sample.
But skies were clear in Shropshire and it provided a breathtaking backdrop to Caer Caradoc.
I loved the tiny fairy wings which sprout from split jackets, or later are embellished on them in diamante-d relief - black in the case of the villainous Caradoc.
Located at 11 Metcalfe Street West at the corner of Metcalfe & Caradoc, the office will provide a range of general and specialty dental services for adults and kids alike.
Carabosse and her ashen faced son Caradoc were both masterfully danced by Tom Clark.
Ever since the publication of Caradoc Evans' wildly pejorative collection of short stories, My People (1915), the view that Welsh nonconformity was repressive, inward-looking, and unhealthily world-denying has gone largely unchallenged.
So it was with fear and trepidation that I agreed to put myself through it again for Caradoc WI in Church Stretton.
The elevated situation of the house offers excellent views of Caer Caradoc and other local hills, particularly from the high landscaped terrace.
Turner left two shares of Huron and Erie Savings and Loan Society, valued at $200, to North Caradoc Church through his estate as an endowed gift for the church.
But he lets rip in his handling of Caradoc (tall and swooping Tom Jackson Greaves), Carabosse's dangerously sexy son who captures Aurora's eye and the production's focus as he carries out the legendary revenge.