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n.1.A pavement or stepping-stone.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Ond mae Carnifal Sarn a Bryncroes yn digwydd yn ddi-dor ers 1963, ac mae ardal Sarn a Bryncroes yn wledig iawn.
| 67 (First Cymru) Bridgend to Sarn via Pen-y-Fai and Aberkenfig.
The gardens at Sarn House are predominantly laid to lawn and bordered by mature hedges and a patio area that runs along the rear of the house.
Sarn was given a superb ride in the nursery by George Duffield, who coaxed that vital bit more out of the winner in the last few strides just as it looked like Muffit had taken his measure.
He said: "Sarn's trainer Alan Bailey put me off having a lot of money on him today but I've still had a fair bet," said Mackay.
There is considerable damage to the bridge." A spokesman for North Wales Fire and Rescue Service said: "We were called to a vehicle fire in Sarn Lane, Hope at 00.52.
Charges include conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine and those arrested are from Barry, Cardiff, Rhoose, Penarth, Pontycymer, Ynysawdre, Sarn and London.
The auction has been organised by Shropshire and Mid Wales auctioneers Halls at Sarn Community Centre on May 6 at 6.30pm.
This display of old photographs from the parish of Llanengan, which also includes Cilan, Bwlchtocyn, Sarn Bach, Llangian, Mynytho and Abersoch, is open daily, except Sundays, 10am-4.30pm, and runs until September 2, and each year attracts hundreds of visitors.
JOE FANNING, who is in good form, landed a double in the first two races, partnering Sarn for Alan Bailey in the seller and following up on the newcomer Legal Approach in the seven-furlong maiden.
Jan, 40, from Sarn, near Bridgend, said: "We love our garden and want to share it with everyone."