Usk


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Usk

(ʌsk)
n
(Placename) a river in SE Wales, flowing southeast and south to the Bristol Channel. Length: 113 km (70 miles)
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when we last parted in the Vale of Usk, I was happy in being united to the best of Edwards; I had then a Father and a Mother, and had never known misfortunes--But now deprived of every freind but you--"
Usk fell to a crushing 154-run defeat at home against Pentyrch.
"In 1965 I built a shed for a friend, when I finished that I had two more waiting - that was the start of Morgans of Usk."
However, his family said the mechanical design engineer had not been on that stretch of the River Usk before - where water levels had been high at the weekend following heavy rainfall.
James then made 73 not out, Ian Clayton 49, Sam Morris 39 and Neil Perrett 36 as Usk chased it down in 46.4 overs for the loss of four wickets.
USK currently has 34 employees and provides clients with statistics, forecasts, research and studies on issues related to the region's development.
USK will be among the preferred suppliers for Roth & Rau, the listed company added.Country: , GermanySector: Solar PowerTarget: SLS Solar Line Saxony GmbHBuyer: Roth & Rau AGVendor: USK Karl Utz Sondermaschinen GmbHType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
Usk Valley will sell a dozen yearlings at Books 1 and 2 of Tattersalls, including three fillies in Book 1, two by first-season sire Authorized and one by Singspiel.
Prison chiefs then decided to move him to Usk because sex offenders were thought less likely to attack him.
Last year a partnership of organisations began mapping the hogweed problem on the Usk.
But players from the losing Cornish side remembered seeing a road sign describing Usk as a "Historic Town".