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wyn

(wɪn)
n
(Historical Terms) an Old English rune equivalent to the English letter 'w'
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Alun Wyn tops a poll conducted by Rugby World of the 100 best players right at this moment in time, eclipsing New Zealand fly-half great Beauden Barrett.
Chwarter canrif yn ol, 'Hedd Wyn' oedd y ffilm Gymraeg gyntaf erioed i gyrraedd yr Oscars.
Wyn was my hero and I was only 16 or 17 when he moved to Pelton [near Chester-le-Street] and it was brilliant," said Teresa, 64, of Wallsend, North Tyneside.
England's head coach objected to the way in which Wyn Jones stood in front of Finn Russell to prevent the Scotland fly-half from converting Peter Horne's late try while the television match official reviewed the score.
Wyn Jones, of High Street, Tonypandy, was sentenced to 30 months' imprisonment for possession of indecent photographs of children to run consecutively to two concurrent 30-month sentences for breaching a sexual harm prevention order.
"Every racecourse has a unique atmosphere," explains Wyn, as he gives his reasons for loving the Crock of Gold so much.
Soon after she got a call from Wyn, showing the sense of humour and courage for which he is renowned, and Belinda heaved a sigh of relief.
Wyn, 85, said: "One of his friends came up to me and one of my friends and asked if we fancied meeting with them.
Wyn Jones may be articulate and softly spoken but it hides a steely resolve and an iron will.