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Gwyn

Nell, original name Eleanor Gwynne. 1650--87, English actress; mistress of Charles II
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Ty Gwyn Medium Sweet is made exclusively from Browns cider apples and is almost transparent in colour apart from a faint apple-green hue.
Yn wir, o agoriad ei ragymadrodd, awgrym Gwyn yw y dylem ystyried ein hunain yn fodau lwcus dros ben.
Gwyn, 47 said: "I'm really looking forward to the challenge.
Without Macdonald, Gwyn argues convincingly, our shape would he much different, and--he suggests more controversially--the Americans would have chewed us up and cast us into a few new minor states in their great yet flawed democratic experiment.
With five turkeys under her belt, Gwyn began sitting for whitetail.
Two months after setting the fire - and before state and federal investigators gathered enough evidence to arrest him in the case - Gwyn shot a man in the mouth over an apparent drug dispute.
Gwyn became Vice Chair of Council in 2004 and was a very active member of the Institution, giving freely of his time to assist with a wide variety of projects including course accreditations and professional review interviews, as well as sitting on the Membership Accreditation Board.
Another John Gosdentrained winner of the Nell Gwyn, Valentine Waltz (1999), was narrowly beaten into third in the 1,000 Guineas before winning the French equivalent, while Karen's Caper (2005) was fourth behind Virginia Waters two weeks later.
Ppeople like Gwyn, and his contemporaries with a young heart, never grow old.
She said: "I can't stop thinking about what Gwyn said.
The couple married 50 years ago at the Sacred Heart Church in Brays Lane, Stoke, after meeting at the GEC Ballroom when Gwyn asked Gwen to dance.