Definitions

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  • proper noun A Welsh town.

Etymologies

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From Welsh Cwmbrân.

Examples

  • One of the highest claimants, Welsh Liberal Democrat leader, Mike German, has his main home in Cwmbran, 17 miles from Cardiff Bay.

    Well here's the what they claimed

  • One of the highest claimants, Welsh Liberal Democrat leader, Mike German, has his main home in Cwmbran, 17 miles from Cardiff Bay.

    Well here's the what they claimed

  • The four towns that could see a new jail are Cwmbran, Merthyr, Caernarfon and Wrexham.

    First the Open Cast Now a Prison in Merthyr

  • Like Mike German you mean? who claims for a second home in Cardiff despite living 15 minutes away in Cwmbran?

    Huw, Lynne and allowances

  • The consultation document released by the Ministry of Justice today describes the former police training college site in Cwmbran as "a very good site" that could house as many as 1,500 prisoners.

    First the Open Cast Now a Prison in Merthyr

  • And Mr German has claimed his full allowance even though he has a home in Cwmbran – not too far away.

    Well here's the what they claimed

  • Two plots in South Wales – Cwmbran and Merthyr Tydfil – are also in the running meaning Shell Rhosgoch on Anglesey and Bryn-y-Neuadd at Llanfairfechan have been ruled out as options.

    First the Open Cast Now a Prison in Merthyr

  • Within a week of starting his job, Daniel died after falling through a skylight on the roof of a Matalan store in Cwmbran, Gwent.

    Family to challenge CPS manslaughter decision in High Court

  • Within a week of starting his job, Daniel died after falling through a skylight on the roof of a Matalan store in Cwmbran, Gwent.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • And I remember also a union official in Cwmbran spelling out, with some bitterness the tensions between the real, but unstable employment prospects offered by the new global economy and his traditional commitment to the rights of employees - which was going, he knew, to prove too costly and complicated in a setting where employers could so easily find a cheaper alternative location.

    The Richard Dimbleby Lecture 2002

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