cariad


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cariad

(Welsh) darling, sweetheart, love
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Sophie had her daughter - named Cariad - placed on her chest for a few seconds before blacking out.
"I'm a long-term admirer of Cariad's Griefcast podcast and recording it during Dying Matters Week, when we're encouraging people to start difficult conversations about death, will, I hope, encourage others to do the same."
Cariad Gin has taken on the heights of the popular beverage world by being inspired by many family walks around the Clwydian range and exploring the natural botanical produce the landscape has to offer, explained Fiona.
Cariad was central to the Lucy's Law campaign to end the horrors of mass puppy breeding farms by banning the sale of puppies by pet shops and other third party dealers like online traders.
could've before Andrew Cariad had to be taken to hospital with a broken hand, which will require surgery.
Leigh Smith from Cariad Custom Drums said the event could be the start of something special in Wales, with drumming enthusiasts from across the UK expected.
IE, mae e'n cymryd dewrder i Iolo fynd ar ap cariad ac mae e mas o'i gymeriad e.
Published by Gwasg y Bwthyn, a Caernarfon based publishers, Cariad pur?
That's far from the case and the worK that Cariad and Rosa put in shows a great deal of strength, gymnastic moves and dance ability.
Fellow Cariad member Veronica Lambert said: "Licensed conditions are laid down in law but they never enforce it.