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  • Starling called the Eisteddfod a 'Festival of Fear and Hate' in his headline because er... it wa sin Welsh and he generally did the Laboru party's dirty work for them, and they thanked him.

    Eisteddfota

  • I think the reason why Labour weren't at the Eisteddfod is the same as mine.

    Labour: no presence at the Eisteddfod

  • As such the Eisteddfod is a natural place to find us plying our trade.

    Golwg goes for another golden duck

  • The Eisteddfod is a great stage for Welsh bands to showcase their songs in front of an enthusiastic audience.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Eisteddfod, which is first used in an English work in 1822, is, of course, a direct loan from Welsh, meaning literally ` a sitting or meeting. '

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol X No 2

  • who regularly practice ritual Satanic murder and child molestation; Francis Bacon was Shakespeare; Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles are shapeshifters who assert world control through a vast international banking network, and the Eisteddfod is a meeting place for trans-dimensional vampiric entities who suck the marrow from the bones of English tourists.

    Meanwhile...

  • In the past two years, I have worked on a Welsh hill farm in lambing season, joined a male choir and competed at the National Eisteddfod, learned to row a coracle, been down one of the last Welsh coal mines, sent my middle-aged body out to train with Cardiff rugby players half my age.

    My quest to be more Welsh

  • You'll probably remember the Commission's announcement during the Eisteddfod that English contributions in plenary won't be translated into Welsh in the official Record of Proceedings from now on.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • The association has also participated in the International Eisteddfod, the annual Welsh celebration of music and dance.

    Immigration case study: Staying on From the Philippines to Wales

  • I was thinking about S.O. after reading Huw Lewis 'response to Carwyn Jones' speech at the National Eisteddfod, the first shots in the race to succeed Rhodri Morgan.

    So S.O.

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