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Cardigan

7th Earl of, title of James Thomas Brudenell. 1797--1868, British cavalry officer. He led the charge of the Light Brigade at Balaklava (1854) during the Crimean War.

Cardigan

 

a bay of the Irish Sea, on the western coast of Great Britain (Wales). Length, 56 km; width, approximately 102 km; depth, up to 56 m. The shores are rocky. Many rivers drain into Cardigan Bay. Tides are semidiurnal and reach a height of 8 m. Ports include Fishguard and Portmadoc.

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MAT Kendrick, the Mail's man s at Villa, caused a stir at Hancock Towers with the natty cardigan he had been wearing at Villa Park's first home game of the season on Saturday when he was interviewed by 'shoeshine' reporter Kevin Day for BBC2's Match of the Day 2.
REDHERRING blue chunky cable knitted wool blend cardigan, PS45, Debenhams, left.
It was cloudy and dark as we started out, Expected it to rain without a doubt, So over a tea shirt a cardigan I wore, Then a rain coat to keep me dry for sure.

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