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Carmarthen

(kərmär`thən), Welsh Caerfyrddin, town (1981 pop. 13,860), Carmarthenshire, S Wales, on the Tywi (Towy) River. It is a port for small vessels, a transportation hub, a cattle market, and a dairy center. In the Middle Ages, Carmarthen was an important wool port. Its old castle (now in ruins) was the headquarters of Welsh chieftains. Carmarthen's parish church of St. Peter (14th cent.) is also noteworthy. A campus of the Univ. of Wales Trinity St. David is there.

Carmarthen

a market town in S Wales, the administrative centre of Carmarthenshire: Norman castle. Pop.: 14 648 (2001)
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Much closer to that will be provided by the opposition at Carmathen, Worcester City and Stafford Rangers on July 25, 27 and 29 respectively, after the three prestige games are out of the way.
Mark Wright then put the Saddlers 2-1 up before some hesitation from goalkeeper Clayton Ince allowed Carmathen to level on the stroke of half-time.
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LEIGHTON SAMUEL could have bought the entire Carmathen Quins squad for the money he paid to sign Dafydd James in the summer.
All Carmathen's points came from the boot of Giles Thomas, who landed four penalties, while Dunvant's Darren Berry got the game's only try.
At 1am, half an hour before she was transferred, Stephanie was told she would be taken to Carmathen, at least an hour away by car.
Since then Bridgend, Ton Pentre, Swansea City Reserves, Haverfordwest, Barry, Carmathen and more have lifted the title, but Cardiff clubs have missed out.
Alternatively, you can undergo employment-based training under the Graduate Teacher Programme (GTP), delivered by three regional centres (The North and Mid Wales Centre for Teacher Education, provided by Bangor and Aberystwyth universities; the South West Wales Centre for Teacher Education - SWWCTE - provided by the University of Wales, Trinity St David, Carmathen; and South East Wales Centre for Teacher Education - SEWCTET - provided by the University of Wales, Newport, and the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff) on behalf of the Welsh Government.
WALSALL visit Carmathen Town tonight to launch a five-day spell that will end with manager Richard Money much closer to knowing exactly how his team will line-up at Rochdale when the League Two season starts on Saturday week.
"While the timing of our tie this year was unfortunate, TNS, Rhyl and Carmathen have all acquitted themselves well against quality opposition having come straight in from their summer breaks."
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