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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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WITHOUT knowing Amanda Rawlinson's personal circumstances (Examiner April 23), I would have thought that, rather than waste pounds 20 per week in parking costs plus fuel costs, for pounds 15 per week (or even less monthly/annually), she could walk the short distance from her home to Scar lane (or even, if the timing is right, catch the Brittannia road bus) and catch one of the frequent buses to town, where she would have an even shorter walk than normal to her place of work.
His recent portfolio includes companies like Brittannia, Fiat, TVS, and Airtel.
Brittannia, whose names paint them as specific ethnic caricatures, embody a community unto themselves, regardless of their varied backgrounds.
Archie Rice Robert Lindsay Phoebe Rice Pam Ferris Billy Rice John Normington Jean Rice Emma Cunniffe Frank Rice David Dawson Graham Jim Creighton Bill Andrew McDonald Brittannia Lindsey Lennon No one writes tirades better than John Osborne.
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.
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.
Thomas Rowlandson's print, Brittannia Roused, or the Coalition Monsters destroyed, caught the national mood exactly.
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.
It's perfectly true that building motor cars hardly fits in with New Labour's "cool Brittannia" image.
First, Albion's shadow, Brittannia, awakens by the Divine Breath, experiences remorse for murdering Albion with "Dreams of Chastity and Moral Law" (94:23; E 254), and forgives Albion for his anger, "Rejoicing in his indignation!
As mentioned above i can't understand why they don't operate a 3 lane system on the Brittannia Bridge when necessary COLIN ELLIS: It won't happen should just put a tunnel from in between pen and llanfair RE CHEF JAMIE OLIVER LENDS SUPPORT TO PLAID'S CYMRU'S POP TA NIGEL DAVIES: Type 2 diabetes is the fastest growing disease in the western world.