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Noun1.Llyr - Celtic deity who was the father of Manawydan; corresponds to Irish Lir
Cambria, Cymru, Wales - one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; during Roman times the region was known as Cambria
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Bachu is the story of Manon, Llyr and Gwen, and some other assorted characters, as they weave their way through various locations on the Maes.
Dr Llyr ap Gareth has joined as senior policy advisor and Natalie Zhivkova takes up the post of operational support administrator.
Conservatories porches doors windows French doors bi-folding doors orangeries Conservatories porches doors windows French doors bi-folding doors orangeries GROWING up in her Welshspeaking farming community teenager Llyr Jones "always knew" she was different.
The couple: Angharad Garner-Jones, 31, from Rhondda, and Llyr Garner, 28, from Tregaron, Ceredigion.
London, United Kingdom, April 09, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Llyr Jones, Senior Programmer at Grid-Tools, the leading Test Data Management Company, has been invited to speak at the North West Chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysts (IIBA) on 24th April.
OUTSTANDING pianist Llyr Williams will launch the Hexham & District Music Society's new season next week.
COVENTRY have sacked scrum-half Llyr Lane for breach of contract.
The actor's brother, Llyr Evans, right, said Rhys once dreamed of being a budding rock star.
Branwen ferch Llyr ("Branwen Daughter of Llyr") relates the marriage of Branwen, sister of Bran the Blessed, king of Britain, to Matholwch, the king of Ireland, and the treacherous acts of Efnisien, Bran's half-brother, which result in a devastating war between Ireland and Britain from which only Branwen, the wounded Bran, and seven other men escape alive back to Wales.
OPEN AM: 1) Llyr Evans, Tregaron, Zac, 9; 2) Cai Pritchard, Criccieth, Tan, 13; 3) Rhion Owen, Penysarn, Preseli Spot, 16; 4) Idris Thomas, Dolgellau, Gari, 20; 5) Dylan Edwards, P'deudraeth, Jet, 22; 6) Morris Evans, Criccieth, Cadi, 28.
Owain Llyr Thomas, 39, carried out the assaults over a period from 1995 to 2007.
Llyr Lewis is currently starring in Channel 4's SAS: Who Dares Wins.