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grith

in English legal history, security, peace, or protection, guaranteed either in a certain place, such as a church, or for a period oftime.
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Scotland is incredibly lucky to have people like Grith, Sir Tom Hunter, Lord Haughey and Sir Brian Souter who nd time to advise and even invest in promising new companies.
In a game which saw hosts seven-up at the interval, Sam Jones notched a hat-trick, Steve omas added a double and there were singles apiece for Paul Williams, Tony Roebuck, Stuart Hayes, Graeme Williams and Dafydd Grith.
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HEN Owain Gwynedd Grith was just two weeks old, his father Tudor took his own life after suering from severe depression.
Martin Travers, who teaches German and comparative literature at Grith University, Brisbane, is already well known for publications in this field such as German Novels of the First World War, 1918-1933 (Stuttgart: Heinz, 1982).
Local member Cllr Ann Grith thanked Dr Gwynne Jones and the education department for their comprehensive report, but expressed the concerns of parents in the area.
Vale boss Micky Adams requires extra bodies in central mideld after losing Anthony Grith, Doug Loft and Billy Knott this summer.
wales RSPCA animal care assistant at Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre, Abbie Grith, and RSPCA fosterer Emma Neseld, have been caring for the demanding litter.