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"Cromlechs are found in a number of different forms.
In crossing these boundaries of cairn and cromlech, Idylls exhibits what Tucker has called the "centrifugal force of Victorian national poetry," itself "a response to the challenges that burgeoning empire poses to national identity," namely, "when a nation's extent is fixed by global coordinates rather than landed borders ...
--Plurales incorrectos como Cromlechs por Cromlech, que incluso aparece escrito como Cronlechs.
Ddaru fy ngwr harrow y caeau Cromlech a wedyn dreifio ar hyd a ffordd i Bwlch, i Bant y Saer, Bwlch Yr oeddent yn lladd y gwair, troi efo 'peicel' (fforc) a wedyn gwneud 'stooks'.
"He was always a bit odd, he had worked in Woodies for about 10 years and has a lot of family in Cromlech Fields so everyone knew him."
Fellow climber Peter Vaughan-Smith told an inquest in Caernarfon that he had asked Mr Roberts, from Betws-y-Coed, to guide him up Dinas Cromlech in the Llanberis Pass on the morning of July 17 last year.
In the village of Langemark, which was completely destroyed during the Great War, a cromlech made of four Welsh Blue Pennant stones from the Craig yr Hesg quarry near Pontypridd will stand as a permanent memorial to the Welsh victims of the conflict, topped with a red bronze dragon.
I CAN fully understand the shock of members of the Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team and family - and no doubt many others - at the death of John Ellis Roberts MBE a former head warden of Snowdonia National Park after his fall on Dinas Cromlech, Snowdonia recently.
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cleaves to cairn and cromlech still; or him / Of Geoffrey's book" (38-42).
Citing a third but unpublished stanza of the Keepsake lyric that includes two northern dialect words (cairn and cromlech), Fontana concludes that Tennyson represents a lower-class woman dying of the effects of an herbal abortifacient who addresses an aristocratic male (the "Child" or Childe of the second stanza) who has seduced her.