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grav

(ɡræv)
n
(Units) a unit of acceleration equal to the standard acceleration of free fall. 1 grav is equivalent to 9.806 65 metres per second per second. Symbol: g
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And exactly a decade on from his death a charity set up to remember former Lions star Ray Gravell has raised exactly PS1m.
Four of the charities are rugby-related, including the Ray Gravell Trust, which was established in memory of another Welsh Rugby Union centre who earned 23 caps for Wales and died nine years ago.
Ymhlith yr arlwy fydd rhai o gemau Cwpan Rygbi'r Byd cofiadwy o'r archif yn cael eu cyflwyno gan gyn-chwaraewyr Clme Thomas, Gareth Edwards, Ray Gravell, Carwyn James a Huw Llywelyn Davies.
Grav is based on the life of Ray Gravell, the former Welsh international who died in 2007 at the age of just 56, and will be toured by the Torch Theatre Company.
Now, he has completed the same journey and raised almost pounds 1,500 for two more charities - The Ray Gravell and Friends Charitable Trust and Help for Heroes.
A SCULPTURE of the late, great Ray Gravell was unveiled yesterday.
MORE than 10,000 rugby supporters packed into Stradey Park yesterday in an emotional farewell to Ray Gravell.
I WILL back any campaign to rename a rugby cup in Wales after the great Ray Gravell.
Scarlets fly half Stephen Jones and chief executive Stuart Gallacher have paid tribute to club president Ray Gravell.
THE WELSH Rugby Union have paid tribute to Ray Gravell "as a man who epitomised the passion, flair and dignity of his beloved Welsh nation" after the rugby legend died of a suspected heart attack aged 56.
However, for my son, Dan, and me, 2008 was the pinnacle, when his phenomenal contribution as player and captain was instrumental in Wales securing our tenth Grand Slam, which served as a fitting tribute in an emotional decider against France at the Millennium Stadium to the passing of '70s legend Ray Gravell.
I have drawn the whole Welsh international rugby team along with the offi-cials and many of the older players like Ray Gravell, JPR Williams, Mervyn Davies and Tommy David, just to name a few.