Cambrian


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from 544 million to about 500 million years ago

a native or resident of Wales

of or relating to or characteristic of Wales or its people or their language

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The Chairman of both Western and Cambrian, Mr John Byrne, commented:
They offer unlimited travel on the Cambrian Coast Line for the day after 9am.
Peter added: " On vesting its headquarters in July 1865 in Oswestry, the company built the Cambrian railways works to the north of the station on Gobowen Road.
Clydach Vale, where the Cambrian mine-workings once stood, has now been beautifully restored.
On October 5, 2015, Sharon Ullman, former Chairperson of Cambrian stated, "I am pleased to welcome Bobby as the new Chairman of Cambrian.
Kate Smallwood commented on the collaboration with Cambrian Heritage Railways saying, "I was really pleased when Andrew contacted me to further involve the poppies within their commemorative events.
And, although a late Chris Davies try for Oakdale - converted by Veall - set up a grandstand finale, Cambrian held out.
In order to compare the age spectra of detrital zircon from sandstones, particularly of pre-Early Cambrian and of post-Cambrian intervals, we dated detrital zircon grains obtained from the Ediacaran and Lower Cambrian (Stage 2; early Tommotian) sandstones of central Baltica.
YFM Equity Partners, one of the UK's most active investors in small businesses has invested PS3m in the management buy-in and buyout (BIMBO) of Cambrian.
After her return, she accepted a public relations job with Cambrian College.
Ornge, announced that it has counterfeit collaboration with a partnership with Cambrian College.
SIR - I am the organiser of the Cambrian Memorial Ceremony held every May 17 commemorating the day on which, in 1965, 31 men were killed in Wales' last mine explosion, at Cambrian Colliery, Clydach Vale, Rhondda.
Washington, March 27 ( ANI ): Newly discovered fossils of a huge shrimp-like creature that lived 520 million years ago during the Early Cambrian filtered food just like modern whales.
The findings, published online today in the journal Current Biology, resolve "Darwin's dilemma": the sudden appearance of a plethora of modern animal groups in the fossil record during the early Cambrian period.
THE Prince of Wales has hosted a Clarence House reception in support of the Cambrian Mountains Initiative.