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see Owen GlendowerOwen Glendower
, Welsh Owain Glyndwr, 1359?–1416?, Welsh national leader. A scion of the princes of Powys, he was also claimant through his mother to the lands of Rhys ap Gruffydd; he was thus one of the most powerful lords in Wales.
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Glendower

Owen, Welsh name Owain Glyndŵr. ?1350--?1416, Welsh chieftain, who led a revolt against Henry IV's rule in Wales (1400-- 15)
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Bremner's BMG Classic form-figures for the last three years read 2-4-1 and Glendower, which is not far from his Pretoria base, is the course where he can go close to landing his European Tour dream.
The Owen Glendower, in particular, is an absolutely magnificent piece of engineering work which must have taken thousands of hours to make.
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And from the pavement, where Glendower House looks more like a Greek temple than a home for its huge white columns, it is hard to picture its residential function.
The tale of Owen Glendower, and indeed that of any subject from the reign of Henry IV, is told with some reluctance by the poets of the Mirror.
Otto is course-proven, a recent European Tour winner (Italian Open at end of August), and closed 2014 in solid form (19th in Turkey, 21st in Dubai, playoff loser in Cape Town Open, 22nd in Alfred Dunhill), and this experienced campaigner can be fancied over Jbe Kruger in a your-choice Glendower match.
Regulars outside the Glendower Hotel, at the corner of Crichton Street, off the southern end of St Mary Street in Cardiff city centre
Developer Macob (Tenby) Ltd, a joint venture between South Wales developer Macob and Anglodefine, was granted planning by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority last year for the extensive redevelopment of two Grade II-listed seafront buildings - the Guildhall and the neighbouring Glendower House, into 20 apartments and one town house.
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Terri King said her son was nearly killed in a traffic accident when he was 15, when he was hit by a car while crossing Rosamond Boulevard and Glendower Street.

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