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Aberdare

(ăbərdâr`), Welsh Aberdâr, town (1991 pop. 31,619), Rhondda Cynon Taff, S Wales. Originally a processing center for iron and coal, Aberdare has become the service center and purchasing hub of the Cynon Valley. Industries include the production of cable and electrical goods.

Aberdare

a town in South Wales, in Rhondda, Cynon, Taff county borough. Pop.: 31 705 (2001)
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First Minister Carwyn Jones officially opened Aberdare Community School yesterday
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Aberdare s national footprint will ensure broad distribution of the products to the distributors that supply to hardware, electrical and other stores countrywide.
We are elated to be teaming up with RxAnte," said Paul Klingenstein, Managing Partner at San Francisco-based Aberdare Ventures.
Aberdare were unfazed by the score and continued to press the home side, and after seeing a Ruthin prop sin-binned, took advantage of their numbers with a pushover try which was converted to give them a 16-8 lead at the break.
Misfeldt, 34, a principal at Aberdare since 2003, specializes in biopharmaceutical product companies.
Joining Aberdare in Division One next season will be Skewen, who sealed promotion with a victory over fellow promotion-chasing rivals Briton Ferry Steel by 26 runs.
His operational and investment experiences will be of great value to Aberdare as well as the broader entrepreneurial community," added Paul Klingenstein, Managing Partner.
She said: "I would like to give my thanks to the residents of Pembroke Street, Aberdare, for their care and attention, the ambulance staff, and the staff at Prince Charles Hospital for patching me up with skill and compassion.
In fact, it was dumped and buried at a secret location in South Wales More than 1,200 cannabis plants were discovered during a raid at a former shop unit in Aberdare on Friday morning.
Sarika Watkins-Singh, 14, was excluded from Aberdare Girls' School, South Wales, last November after she refused to stop wearing the Kara.