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Holyhead

a town in NW Wales, in Anglesey, the chief town of Holy Island: a port on the N coast. Pop.: 11 237 (2001)
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Anglo Holt is also to build four shops on the Penrhos Retail Park in Holyhead, Wales, for William Sapcote Developments in a pounds 1.
Nyvlt, who was travelling home from Ireland, pretended a cigarette lighter was a gun at the shop in Holyhead, Wales.
The nine-man team was greeted by 200 supporters at Howth on Sunday after crossing from Holyhead, Wales, in 17 hours 40 minutes.
Singer Moore, who had a hit with Don't Forget Your Shovel If You Want To Go Work, and his driver Mick Devine were held under the UK's Prevention of Terrorism Act after they got off a ferry in Holyhead, Wales, on Monday.
As Sir Richard dreamt of flying to the stars, the first of his 125mph Pendolino trains from Holyhead, Wales, to London was axed after a technical fault.
An extradition warrant was issued for her arrest last February and she was taken into custody by gardai at Holyhead, Wales, on June 18 after spending two weeks in Holloway Prison.
Clothes were found on the deck of Irish Ferries' Ulysses ship minutes after it docked in Holyhead, Wales, around midnight on Thursday.