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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.
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Aberdare

a town in South Wales, in Rhondda, Cynon, Taff county borough. Pop.: 31 705 (2001)
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Aberdare were first to score with fly-half Matthew Rafferty kicking two penalties, before the home side hit back with one from full-back Sion Roberts to reduce the deficit.
Mr Bowen drove down from his home in north Wales to Aberdare after hearing Mr Jordan was missing and brought his own military equipment to help with the search.
"However, if we hadn't come to Aberdare, we never would have bought our lucky ticket, so I guess it was fate that made it all happen."
| The 6.31am Monday to Friday service that operates between Cardiff Central and Taffs Well will now terminate at Radyr; | The 6.53am Monday to Friday service that runs from Taffs Well to Coryton will now begin its journey at Radyr at 7.04am; | The 6.08am Monday to Friday from Rhymney to Barry Island will now leave Rhymney at the slightly later time of 6.14am and will also end its journey at Cardiff Central; | The 7.11am Monday to Friday service that runs from Cardiff to Aberdare will now run to Radyr without stopping.
Five years earlier Aberdare Girls' School got one top ranking and seven second from inspectors under a different Estyn ranking system.