American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The capital and largest city of Wales, in the southeast part of the country on Bristol Channel. It was a prosperous coal-shipping port in the 19th and early 20th centuries and is now an educational and industrial center. Population: 292,000.
- n. the capital and largest city of Wales
- From Welsh caer ("fort") + Taf ("(River) Taff") = fortified city on the River Taff (Wiktionary)
“CARDIFF, Wales, July 5 (UPI) -- Models of cartoon couple Homer and Marge Simpson weren't stately enough to attend a gay couple's civil wedding, Cardiff, Wales, city officials said.”
“CARDIFF - Australian left-hander batsman Marcus North has revealed that he was so nervous towards reaching his first Ashes century in the first test match at Cardiff, that he could hardly breathe.”
“A CARDIFF MP is urging people in Cardiff and South Wales to come along and help a hospice.”
“CARDIFF - Batting hero Jimmy Anderson on Sunday claimed that Australian captain Ricky Ponting took his fingers off England's throat by bowling part-time spinner Marcus North in the dramatic final overs at Cardiff.”
“CARDIFF - Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard has arrived in Cardiff to support”
“* A woman in Cardiff is outraged after her car was towed from a disabled parking bay to make way for the Prince of Wales*A civil claim has been lodged against South Wales Police*MP calls for 'normal lives' for those living in city centre”
“Or possibly every roof in Cardiff is exactly like every other one.”
“One of his first customers in Cardiff is 29-year-old Francois Bourlier.”
“On Thursday, Wales' largest indigenous law firm Hugh James invite property magnates to network over a naan in what they term Cardiff's hottest property event.”
“At the moment I´m part of team in Cardiff which is preparing the way for a real parliament for Wales.”
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