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Caratacus

, Caractacus, Caradoc
died ?54 ad, British chieftain: led an unsuccessful resistance against the Romans (43--50)
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Clare Neale, 36, of Caradoc Close, Henley Green, admitted stealing fragrances worth PS94 from Asda.
Caradoc provides much of the drama as he sets out to revenge his mother, the dark fairy - with both roles taken by the imposing Adam Maskell.
The menace he put into steps was incredible and as Caradoc he cast a wonderful malevolent shadow over proceedings.
More: Page 20 Wales, religious revival and the world by Dr David Ceri Jones Ever since the publication of Caradoc Evans' wildly pejorative collection of short stories, My People (1915), the view that Welsh nonconformity was repressive, inward-looking, and unhealthily world-denying has gone largely unchallenged.
This area takes advantage of fantastic views across the Stretton Valley towards Caer Caradoc while to the rear is an open-sided reed thatched cabana style structure, which is ideal for entertaining.
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Bailey, of Caradoc Road, Llandudno, closed the rear doors when that work was finished, he alleged, but failed to close them properly.
In the midst of this, the Shining Ones have a new task for Branwen: find the relic holding the wind god Caradoc prisoner and return it to Merion of the Stones.
Lawrence, Caradoc Evans, Samuel Beckett, poetics of the jungle in counter-pastoral fictions of the Americas, pastoral camp in the AIDS elegies of Alan Hollinghurst, and new senses of environment and new versions of pastoral.
She dared to face a fearsome dragon and rescue Prince Cuthbert; her bravery earned her special permission from King Caradoc to begin training as a knight's apprentice.
John Wardle, 46, and John Storm, 38, who both gave their address as Caradoc Road, Cwmbran, Gwent, were committed to stand trial at Bristol Crown Court after being accused of pushing Scot Francis Weldon, 40, off the top of a 60ft cliff.