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  • proper n. A traditional county of Wales


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  • The region used to be called Glamorgan and Gwent or even 'the coalfield'.

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  • Effect of the Ulster massacres on England -- An agrarian rather than religious rising -- The Confederates 'terms Glamorgan sent to Ireland, The secret treaty transpires, Arrival of Rinucini, Battle of Benturb, Ormond surrenders Dublin to the Parliament.

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  • Jon Maddy, who helped set up the centre, said that the Glamorgan was the ideal location for the facility.

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  • At the same time his secretary wrote thus to Ormond and the council: 'And since the warrant is not' 'sealed with the signet,' &c., &c., 'your lordships cannot but judge it to be at least surreptitiously gotten, if not worse; for his majesty saith he remembers it not;' and thus again privately to Ormond: 'The king hath commanded me to advertise your lordship that the patent for making the said lord Herbert of Raglan earl of Glamorgan is not passed the great seal here, so as he is no peer of this kingdom; notwithstanding he styles himself, and hath treated with the rebels in Ireland, by the name of earl of Glamorgan, which is as vainly taken upon him as his pretended warrant (if any such be) was surreptitiously gotten.'

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  • She started in 'Glamorgan', then they got it right and placed her in the Vale of Glamorgan before moving her to Swansea.

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  • 'Glamorgan' was not involved not in any whistle-blowing, he was involved in blog-gossip gone mad.

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  • Just the detail: firstly she was from 'Glamorgan' wherever that is, then she was moved correctly to the Vale of Glam, but later she was apparently from Swansea.

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  • Dean Cosker and Will Owen took three wickets each as Glamorgan bowled out Kent for 242 in Cardiff.

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  • Next month's Vale of Glamorgan festival prominently features music from Latvia, while Presteigne this year turns its attention to Lithuania.

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  • As an event focusing on the music of living composers, the Vale Of Glamorgan Festival has been going 20 years – time, according to artistic director John Metcalf, to take stock.

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