Cymric


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Cymric

, Kymric
1. the Welsh language
2. the Brythonic group of Celtic languages
3. a breed of medium-sized cat with soft semi-long hair
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Edward I and his forces destroyed the Royal dynasty of Gwynedd, murdered Princes Llywelyn and Dafydd ap Gruffydd, imprisoned their wives and children and left them to rot in English dungeons or nunneries, and stole Cymric royal treasures including the sacred Croes Naid.
The Cymric was torpedoed and sunk in May 1916 by the German submarine U20 which sank the Cunarder Lusitania - Liverpool's favourite liner - a year earlier.
Waiting for the right moment to make his move, Dettori sent the Al Shaqab Racing-owned three-year-old on past Cymric at the two-furlong pole in what was to be a race-winning move.
By then Europe will hope to be on the board, possibly as early as the first race today, in which Shogun and Cymric are both strong challengers alongside Hit It A Bomb.
Another interesting pattern races is the Group 3 Acomb Stakes for two-year-olds where two Dubai-owned juveniles, Adventurous and Cymric, look to have leading claims.
A Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society gold medal awarded when he was a lieutenant of the White Star liner Cymric. On February 3 1908 during intensely dangerous seas, Finch rescued the crew of the St Cuthbert of Liverpool, which was ablaze.
"It is a surname of families with Cymric blood - Welsh blood - living on or near the borders of Wales and the south-west districts of Scotland - originally inhabited by the Cymric race of Celts."
| Jason John Crook, 28, from Cymric Close in Ely, admitted two counts of driving under the influence of drugs.
The winner, Cymric, is now rated 95 having since finished third in the Acomb Stakes at York and won a conditions race, so the form could hardly be more water-tight and Massaat will surely get off the mark in the Midlands before perhaps taking up one of his big-race engagements towards the end of the season.
The robbed Cymric lands include the aforementioned river bed in Swansea, the 850 acres of moorland above Ebbw Vale earmarked for the Circuit of Wales racetrack and the vast mountainous moorland of Mynydd y Gwair in the Mawr ward of Swansea.
Hefyd, cawn ddarganfod beth sydd yng ngwaelod bin Ryan Kift a bydd Gethin yn codi calon un o hogiau tim pel-droed Cymric.
Knox gained world recognition at the 1899 Arts and Crafts exhibition where Liberty's showcased his Cymric line of silverware and plate.