Gruf

(grŭf)
adv.1.Forwards; with one's face to the ground.
They fellen gruf, and cryéd piteously.
- Chaucer.
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IESTYN THOMAS (2), Gethin Sion, Steven Peters, Gruf Fon, Mathew Lloyd and Arthur Lennon all went over for tries in NANT CONWY U14S' 39-7 win at home to RHYL, with Sion and Emyr Court kicking a conversion each.
Gruf falo creator Jul ia Donaldson warned that the threatened cuts would hit vulnerable people the most.
And gruf he [the abbot] fil al plat upon the grounde, And stille he lay as he had ben ybounde.
And whan this abbot hadde this wonder seyn, His salte teeris trikled doun as reyn, And gruf he fil al plat upon the grounde, And stille he lay as he had ben ybounde.
Guarded by just a single minder a few years ago, an armed force of more than 150, from gruf constantly swarming bodyguards to specialists who check his food and drink for poison, has now been enlisted to keep him alive.
She added, "German directors Thilo Gruf Rothkirch and Piet de Rycker, who also brought us 'The Little Polar Bear,' did a remarkable job turning this widely popular German picture book into an accessible film for children and grown ups alike tackling themes such as embracing life's changes, making new friends, and learning to adjust to new surroundings.
Starring Ioan Gruf fudd, Michael Chiklis, Chris Evans and Jessica Alba.
Urdd accounted for Radyr, Tom Lewis, Gruf Cartwright, Jo Conway, Geraint Llewellyn and Dafydd Herbert scoring in the 7-0 win.
The title track of the former, written for his friend Nick Drake, was typical of the new direction Martyn was moving in, dark, brooding, full of space and air emphasised by Martyn's gruf weary vocal and innovative guitar technique, playing his battered old acoustic through an echoplex unit.
The mayor, Coun Elfed Gruf fydd, said he had already written a strong letter to the head of the department concerned calling for restoration of the opening hours.