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Nell, original name Eleanor Gwynne. 1650--87, English actress; mistress of Charles II
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Soon Gwynne began expanding the collection beyond rugby.
"Gwynne had travelled up to Cardiff to meet the great New Zealand lock, Colin Meads," explained the current chairman of Carmarthen Athletic RFC, Wynne Jones.
Mr Gwynne said: "We're embedding local government in the decisions that central government are going to be taking, because they will be facilitating a very big chunk of Labour's manifesto for changing this country for the better."
Coun Gwynne said: "The police have given a very rare objection on anti-social behaviour grounds to this application, they very rarely submit any kind of commentary on an application.
Owner Gwynne Thomas said he hopes it can become "a hub" for the community, adding: "Facilities have been decimated in the village, one pub has closed and another has become a pub/ restaurant.
Ann Herrick's Walk Softly And Watch Out For Bigfoot begins when fourteen-year-old New Yorker, Gwynne Franklin, had her summer planned.
Andrew Gwynne from Gloucester died at the scene of the incident when a red Ford Focus he was driving crashed with a stationary Land Rover on the hard shoulder.
Shadow Communities Secretary Andrew Gwynne said: "This is yet another sign of the Government's misplaced priorities.
9 (BNA): Minister of Foreign Affairs Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa received here today the Deputy Advisor to the United Kingdom's National Security Council (NSC), Sir Gwynne Jenkins.