fluellen


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fluellen

(flʊˈɛlən) or

fluellin

n
1. (Plants) either of two weedy scrophulariaceous annuals related to the toadflaxes, round-leaved fluellen (Kickxia spuria) and sharp-leaved fluellen (K. elatine)
2. (Plants) obsolete any of several speedwells, esp Veronica officinalis
[C16: shortened from Welsh Ilysiau Llewelyn Llewelyn's flower]
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The Fluellen Theatre Company will be on hand with a tour that takes in Dylan Thomas Square, the former Three Lamps pub, the site of the Kardomah cafe where Dylan Thomas and pals hung out, Castle Square and the No Sign Wine Bar.
The performance-based tour of places associated with the writer is being led by the Fluellen Theatre Company.
Fluellen Theatre presents a guided tour of Dylan Thomas''s Swansea.
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In recent years numbers of breeding whitethroat and linnet have increased significantly, and sensitive management of our arable cropping allows rare arable plants like the sharp-leaved fluellen to thrive.
Call 029 2030 4400 4 A Christmas Carol As the festive countdown gets under way, Fluellen stage their production of Charles Dickens' heart-warming story of Ebenezer Scrooge, the miser who is taught the true meaning of Christmas by a series of ghostly visitors.
Here, although Hawkes agrees that the putatively "Welsh" character of Fluellen is a "demeaning confection" (20) that mainly serves to underwrite a colonizing position in which the English monarchy insists that "To be 'English,' and a participant in that world, is .
If you would like more information please contact Michael Fluellen at 844.
Fluellen (the incomparable Joshua Richards) bashing Pistol over the head with a leek or spitting frustration as Bardolph took the audience along with him.
Several previous studies (Chambers, 1998; Fluellen, 2003; Hinnant et al, 1999; Kim & Michael, 2005) stress the importance of developing creative thinking teaching skills.