Britannia

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Britannia

1. a female warrior carrying a trident and wearing a helmet, personifying Great Britain or the British Empire
2. (in the ancient Roman Empire) the S part of Great Britain
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Brittannia, whose names paint them as specific ethnic caricatures, embody a community unto themselves, regardless of their varied backgrounds.
But after stumbling across clues that it might be her former partner, 44-year-old lorry driver Mark Anthony Bradfield of Eirw Road, Brittannia, Porth, she caught him red-handed with the aid of CCTV cameras.
But another four Rhondda offices - Blaencwm, Brittannia, Mount Pleasant and Ynyshir - face the axe in June.
He is reportedly going for the Brittannia handicap with a stop off in a classified stakes along the way.
WHEN Clive Clarke (right) and James O'Connor return to the Brittannia Stadium next Monday, they'll be facing the prospect of playing under their tenth manager in just six years.
A Brittannia Airways flight enroute from Cardiff, Wales to the Greek island of Zakynthos was forced to make an emergency landing at Cardiff International Airport on Monday 8 May after a problem with one of the engines was reported.
That debut album was 2011's Burn Your Town which was followed last year by the EP Cruel Brittannia, which was described by one reviewer as "an intense, warring, avalanche of emotional sound".
IHAD the misfortune to be at the Brittannia Stadium for Stoke v Sunderland last Saturday.
The whole evening will be rounded off with a spectacular fireworks finale and some rousing versions of Jerusalem, Rule Brittannia and other Proms favourites, accompanied by some enthusiastic flag waving.
After watching the re-run I attempted to make a quick getaway which was hopeless as the annual drunken chorus of Rule Brittannia was in full swing around the bandstand.
WHEN Clive Clarke and James O'Connor return to the Brittannia Stadium to begin pre-season training in July, they'll be under the charge of their seventh boss since 1997.
The Brittannia flight from Menorca in Spain scraped its tail along the runway as it landed at Manchester.