- From Welsh Llywelyn. (Wiktionary)
“Llewellyn is a good man who was at the wrong place at the wrong time.”
“Instead, we learn right away that Llewellyn is a man who has hit rock bottom.”
“The Green Branch is set in Wales and the Welsh Marches in 1228-1231, when Henry III was King of England and Llewellyn ap Iorwerth also known as Llewellyn Fawr, or Llewellyn the Great ruled Gwynedd and most of the rest of Wales.”
“The steamer "Llewellyn" has been recently surveyed, and, beyond the ordinary outlay, no expenditure is anticipated during the current year.”
“Llewellyn," Leigh answered, surprised at the abruptness of the question.”
“The Guardian has published fresh details of warnings the paper's executives had given to Cameron's chief of staff, Ed Llewellyn, over Coulson.”
“Downing Street said Llewellyn could not recall an additional warning in October 2010.”
“Word about the NoW's dealings with a convicted criminal during Mr Coulson's period at the helm reached Mr Cameron's chief of staff, Ed Llewellyn.”
“In recent days Mr. Cameron's chief of staff, Ed Llewellyn, has been criticized for urging the police not to brief the prime minister about developments in their investigation.”
“Although Tim Llewellyn was indeed a BBC correspondent some years ago, we note that he subsequently was active for a period with the Council for Arab-British Understanding CAABU.”
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