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cwm

1. (in Wales) a valley
2. Geology another name for cirque

cwm

[küm]
(geology)
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Mae Amanda hefyd am atgoffa gwylwyr bod modd gwylio Pobol y Cwm a Rownd a Rownd ar ddydd Sul gydag isdeitlau Saesneg ar y sgrin ac ar alw arlein ar s4c.
Beth sy'n dda am chwarae Iolo yw bod ti'n teimlo y gwnaiff e'r peth iawn bob tro; ond cawn weld sut fydd yn delio a'r her yma," meddai Dyfan, sydd wedi ennill gwobr Mind Media yn 2015 am ei bortread o gymeriad a chyflwr OCD ar Pobol y Cwm.
the campaign showcases life at Cwm Taf, focusing on the culture, clinical leadership, career progression, camaraderie and community spirit.
The pond, which held wastewater that ran off from the landfill, is in the area that CWM wants to excavate to create a new landfill, since the existing one has run out of space.
6) The CWM recovery file and the root file works only with Sony Xperia ZL.
TAQA and CWM are also developing a large-scale waste-to-energy plant in Abu Dhabi and started the qualification process for the engineering, procurement and construction last month.
CWM partners are leading the way in harnessing this opportunity, working with the public sector to cut construction waste and pollution, and minimise demand on water supplies, energy and materials.
The Cwm Idwal Partnership has already consulted with outdoor education leaders and outdoor activity providers about the facilities needed on the site.
Before attempting to answer van Butselaar's question, it is appropriate to reflect on the global ecumenical event that focussed on the partnership theme and which took place in the same year that CWM celebrated its tenth anniversary, namely, the ecumenical consultation at El Escorial.
Originally founded as a maker of zinc ornamental products, such as lamp bases and door handles, CWM saw a growing market for aluminum parts in the mid-1950s.
In those days, Pobol y Cwm was only aired once a week, but ex-miner Jac (Dafydd Hywel), who ran the local garage with the late, lamented wide-boy Wayne Harries (Dewi Pws), is surely one of the old-time Pobol y Cwm greats.
Because our walls were especially rough, we used a lot of CWM and our final cost was about 60 cents per sq.