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  • proper noun Another name for Brecknockshire

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Examples

  • He took the stuff to a farmhouse in Breconshire, not far from Trepwll; at this place it was unloaded and carried into a barn.

    Movie Night

  • He took it to Trepwll in Breconshire, about thirty miles north of Cardiff.

    Movie Night

  • I believe there was some leak which referred to the two POs in Breconshire which are being reprieved last week.

    Abermule Post Office Spared.

  • In an effort to limit the damage to democracy and in recognition of the huge size of Powys, and the fact that there is a range of mountains that separates the Northern half of this 'artificial' county from its Southern half, the establishing Act allowed for a 'shire' Committee to cover Montgomeryshire with separate arrangements for Ranorshire and Breconshire.

    Difference between Officers and Members.

  • I was much concerned with a major planning application row when I was an AM, representing Mid and West Wales which included Breconshire.

    National Park's Disgrace.

  • And last night, what struck me was that so many of the audience were the same as when I first spoke at Breconshire and Radnorshire many years ago.

    In Praise of Stalwarts

  • And last night, what struck me was that so many of the audience were the same as when I first spoke at Breconshire and Radnorshire many years ago.

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  • He became a Roman Catholic in 1921, and, prompted by O'Connor, joined Gill at Ditchling later that year, moving in 1924 with the Gill family to Capel-y-ffin in Breconshire, then leaving for a spell at the monastery on Caldey Island; he returned to his native London in 1925.

    Clark Lectures, Trinity College, Cambridge Grace, Necessity and Imagination: Catholic Philosophy and the Twentieth Century Artist Lecture 2: David Jones: Material Words

  • The Wysg or Usk has its source among some wild hills in the south-west of Breconshire, and, after absorbing several smaller streams, amongst which is the Hondu, at the mouth of which

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • Breconshire, and enters the Bristol Channel at Cardiff, a place the name of which in English is the city on the Taf.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

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