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- n. Plural form of glyn.
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By Sam, at Mon May 26, 10:40:00 PM sam i dont think you are quite logged on to glyns sense of humour.
I like this blog because its down to earth and honest which will be a breath of fresh air when glyns an MP. if you dont like what he writes why not go and read blogs you do like or start your own and lets see what you can do instead of just making snide comments from the sidelines. i dont know why you allow this rubbish on your blog glyn.
Not defending a tory but surley Heather Mills petulance in throwing water and the vulgarity of her demands should be the talking point, not glyns bit of titilation!
Another cause might have occurred in the one just mentioned, in promoting a change in the style of our music; the bards often driven together with their patrons, by the sword of oppression, from the busy haunts of men, were obliged to lie concealed in marshes, and in glyns and vallies resounding with the noise of falling waters, or filled with portentous echoes.