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Portrait of Cardiff & its valleys

Brian Dicks

Portrait of Cardiff & its valleys

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Published by Hale in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cardiff (Wales)
    • Subjects:
    • Cardiff (Wales) -- Description and travel.,
    • Cardiff (Wales) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesPortrait of Cardiff and its valleys., Cardiff & its valleys., Cardiff and its valleys.
      Statementby Brian Dicks.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA745.C2 D53 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination208 p., [24] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages208
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2974068M
      ISBN 100709019483
      LC Control Number84221684
      OCLC/WorldCa12371104

      Notlike for some people. Cardiff My stomach now sings a soft jelly As I think of a sweet girl called Kerry Right now I'm in an ecstatic state of being merry Cardiff the city of exuberant style I gaze at the Millennium stadium touching the skies And a ft clock elongates with a smile Wile the Severn cross-way seems to go on for miles With my fortress of endless wild dreams The musical festivals tempts me with boozy steam As I meet a young toothless fairy Whose chest is so hairy and scary! This had been her New Year'sresolution. Glamorgan and Monmouthshire are generally accepted by all as being in south Wales. The recent dumping of small particles of coal and ash known as 'tailings' seems to have been partly responsible. The Court of the Great Sessions came to an end inbut the counties survived until the Local Government Act which came into operation in

      It also acts as a focus for people who are denies membership of the orthodox community, in Cardiff or elsewhere in Wales, because they have married 'out' or suffer some other religious disability in Orthodox eyes. No one remembers a lightweight. The city was county town of Glamorgan until the council reorganisation in paired Cardiff and the now Vale of Glamorgan together as the new county of South Glamorgan. The late Mr Isaac Factor, for many years since the 'twenties president and secretary of the congregation, had retired to the loving care and modern appointments of the Jewish Home for the Aged in Cardiff, and there was only this friendly Welshman to direct us. These were mainly Welsh-language congregations.

      But then the parts of the country where Jews settled are not by and large Welsh-speaking. There were too few Welsh MPs to prevent the bill passing through Parliament in Suddenly Mazz couldn't stand the squaddies any more. Castell Coch, also known as the Red Castle, is, however, quite different altogether. Lord Attenborough is shortly[ when?


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Lyons, as faithful guardians, from a flourishing community which for a time early this century boasted two congregations, the 'ins' and the 'outs' or, if you prefer, the 'pros' and the 'cons'. Only two kinds of songs in this world, youknow. Probably, you didn't give up a job like that lightly these days.

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