Glyn


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n.1.A glen. See Glen. [Obs. singly, but occurring often in locative names in Ireland, as Glen does in Scotland.]
He could not beat out the Irish, yet he did shut them up within those narrow corners and glyns under the mountain's foot.
- Spenser.
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Pete and Glyn relieved their boredom yesterday by hitting the peroxide.
ANNETTE Cavender, daughter of Mr and Mrs F Hancock, of Chillaton Road, Whitmore Park, Coventry, and Glyn Edwards, son of Mr and Mrs M Edwards of Paddocks Close, Wolston, near Coventry.
Most were returned to the Glyn Padarn complex in Llanbadarn Fawr, Aberystwyth, in the early hours of the morning, but two residents have been temporarily relocated to another care home.
ABOVE a washing bowl in the utility room at Llwyn y Coed Isaf hangs a picture of a Texel ram bought by Glyn Pierce in the early days of his sheep breeding career.
SUPERFAN Glyn Stott reckons he's the world's biggest lover of The Simpsons - and is going through a world of pain to prove it.
Her daughter Samantha, 41, began searching for Glyn and last year tracked him down in Australia.
Volunteers of the Glyn Valley Tramway Trust have been looking for years to re-open the seven miles of track between Chirk and Glyn Ceiriog.
Glyn Davies, aged 55, fought a two-month battle against the virus, after initially being treated by his GP for a chest infection.
These are the dramatic pictures when Glyn Ovens stunned onlookers by conquering 30ft waves to win at an international surf competition.
GLYN Jones of New Mill proudly recalls captaining the Lascelles Hall Under 17s cricket team when they won both the League and the Walker Cup in 1954.
Former ultra-distance runner Glyn Marston was left using a wheelchair after his right knee was worn away through over use.
We'd all gone out to New Year's Eve dinner with the splendid actor Glyn Owen.