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1. Daniel. 1881--1967, British phonetician
2. Daniel. 1912--93, Welsh composer. He wrote nine symphonies and much chamber music
3. David. 1895--1974, British artist and writer: his literary works, which combine poetry and prose, include In Parenthesis (1937), an account of World War I, and The Anathemata (1952)
4. Digby (Marritt). born 1956, British businessman; director-general of the Confederation of British Industry from 2000
5. Inigo . 1573--1652, English architect and theatrical designer, who introduced Palladianism to England. His buildings include the Banqueting Hall of Whitehall. He also designed the settings for court masques, being the first to use the proscenium arch and movable scenery in England
6. John Paul, original name John Paul. 1747--92, US naval commander, born in Scotland: noted for his part in the War of American Independence
7. (Everett) Le Roi , Muslim name Imanu Amiri Baraka. born 1934, US Black poet, dramatist, and political figure
8. Quincy. born 1933, US composer, arranger, conductor, record producer, and trumpeter, noted esp for his film scores
9. Robert Tyre, known as Bobby Jones. 1902--71, US golfer
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Forwards: Thomas Davies, Daniel Suter, Bradley Thyer, Evan Yardley, Elliot Dee, Jack Dando, Rhodri Hughes, Jack Jones, Daniel Thomas, Ellis Jenkins, Ieuan Jones, Lewis Young, Sion Bennett, Calum Lewis.
Wales Under-19 squad: Jonathan Bond (gk), Daniel Alfei, Max Penk, Josepth Walsh, Adam Matthews (capt), Thomas Bender, Kieron Freeman, Lee Lucas, Aaron Holloway, Billy Bodin, Reece Jones, Daniel Ward (gk), Jonathan Williams, Kayelden Brown, Joshua Dawkin, Ibrahim Farah, Thomas Bradshaw.
The University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (Uwic) was the event's main sponsor, and award winners included: Luzetta Badminton, Teresa Marshall, Matthew McGranaghan, Craig Webber, Nadine Bin-Said, Adam Taylor, Gareth Courtman, Daniean Mort, Kevin Spear, David Nugent-Finn, Dale Barratt, Celia Jones, Tracy Cowdry, Scott Kihlberg, James Davies, Carl Wembridge, Elaine Jones, Daniel Twomey, Mike Giovanelli, Jonathan Jones, Sinead Melinn, Kim Shord, Lucy Perry, Huw Edwards, Heather Pennington, Gareth James, John Norman Jones, Sarah Grant, Saeeda Khan, Helena Lalik, Lewis Mortimer-Brown, Sarah Hughes, Benjamin Nicholas, Leighton Jones, Julie Ockwell, Lydia Evans, Ashley Davies, Debra Nicholson, Jon Williams, Kath Weatherhead and Trevor Martin.
Home debutants Christian Jones, Daniel Eastwood, Daniel Beeby and Mark Fletcher each won convincingly, while Adam Booth, of Waterloo, produced an inspiring performance despite a 21-17 defeat.
HALEWOOD TOWN U14s: (back row, from left) Owen Edwards, Eddie O'Rourke, Owen Hughes, Lewis Ware, Harry Sixsmith, Connor Dowling, James Cole, Matthew Whiteley, David Grant, Adam Broadhurst; (front row, from left) Owen Doyle, Mike Fearon, Jack Barber, Josh Hughes, Charlie Coates, Jordan Jones, Daniel Maginess Code zz211012JuniorXCG01
Cymerir rhan y bobl ifanc ar eu trugaredd gan Zo George, Owain Gwynn, Iddon Jones, Daniel Lloyd, Elain Lloyd, Ellen Ceri Lloyd, Elin Llwyd, Berwyn Pierce, Aled Pedrick, Lynwen Haf Roberts a Meilir Rhys Williams.
Marcus Jones, Daniel Madge, Dafydd Benham, Anthony Deans and Kieran Leto scored the goals that keep Bridgend Street firmly at the top.
Chasing Rhyl should be too strong for Newtown at Belle Vue, although the addition of new signings Nicky Jones, Daniel March and Matthew Kirkham should boost the Robins.
Binal, Erik Acosta, Dina Agrapides, Eric Bailey, Wayne Diana, Mark Huang, Cheryl Jones, Daniel Koenig, Ron Mathewson, Allan Press and Nathan Snook were the survivors of an original group of 20 Netflix members selected because of their passion for film and their zeal for competition.
The other goals came from Jack Cannon, Caleb Jones, Daniel Kennedy, George Meehan and Jack Van Asten.
Dyrny led 2-0 and 3-2 through Liam Jones, Daniel Roberts and Simon Brown, while James Gambino (2) and Ben Reynolds responded for Quay before Howarth''s last gasp spot-kick.
Marcus Jones, Daniel Madge, Kieran Leto, Anthony Deans and Matthew North scored the goals with Lawrence Charles grabbing the sole Danescourt reply.