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  • proper n. A town in Wales, United Kingdom.

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Examples

  • Peter Jones, who retired from Cefn Saeson comprehensive school in Neath, south Wales, this summer, was given the award for lifetime achievement after getting 52 nominations.

    Teaching awards honour unusual approaches and remarkable individuals

  • Here's hoping Mr Hain's misled all the Tories in Neath to vote for the Plaid Cymru candidate at the next election!

    Hain accused of misleading Tory voters

  • However I think his high profile would probably be enough to win Neath, and the good thing is that Plaid would still keep their two South Wales West regional seats if he did win.

    Bringing Adam to the Bay (or vice versa)

  • As well as those two (which Plaid really should have "won"), there are very strong seconds in Neath and in the three Rhondda Cynon Taf seats.

    Meanwhile, in a general election...

  • And if there is a by-election in Neath - and Gwenda is elevated to Baroness - winning it would be just as influential as was Carmarthen 42 years ago.

    New Wales

  • Wales play Ireland in Neath next Sunday and France in Albi on Saturday week.

    Gareth Thomas scores a try as Wales beat Scotland in European Cup

  • St Modwen last year acquired the1,060 acre former BP Llandarcy oil refinery in Neath, which is now being transformed as part of the s1. 2bn Coed Darcy urban village.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Given the incontrovertible evidence of the effectiveness of Liberal Democrat councillors, is the Secretary of State was originally the title given to the two officials who...planning to ban them from basing their activities in constituencies held by other parties, such as Neath, Ogmore or Rhondda?

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • And you offer as an example an excerpt of the song "How Long Has This Been Going On": 'Neath the stars, at bazaars, often I've had to caress men.

    Look, He Made A Hat: Sondheim Talks Sondheim

  • Neath MP and former Labour cabinet minister Peter Hain said he had spoken with family members, many of whom were in tears.

    Divers in Welsh mine rescue forced to turn back

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