Llewellyn


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Llew·el·lyn

 (lo͞o-ĕl′ĭn), Richard 1906-1983.
British writer noted for his novel How Green Was My Valley (1939), a portrait of life in a Welsh mining village.
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Llewellyn

(luːˈɛlɪn)
n
(Biography) Colonel Harry. 1911–99, Welsh show-jumping rider: on Foxhunter, he was a member of the British team that won the gold medal at the 1952 Olympic Games
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Gary Llewellyn, 24, from Jarrow, grabbed the inmate from behind and sliced the right side of his face from the corner of his mouth up to his ear with a razor blade, causing a gaping wound.
The sickening attack was carried out at Holme House prison, in Stockton, after Llewellyn was told by other inmates that he would be paid PS2,000 to carry out the job.