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the capital and largest city of Wales

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Business and Environment Conference Wales 2001, Cardiff, Wales.
CARDIFF, Wales -- Life sciences giant GE Healthcare has opened a $15 million medical technology manufacturing facility in Cardiff, Wales.
Ken Poole, Director, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Cardiff, Wales, U.
Steven Gerrard scored two spectacular goals and set up a third Saturday as Liverpool twice rallied from deficits to force overtime, then captured its seventh FA Cup title with a penalty-kick triumph over West Ham United in front of 71,140 at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.
CARDIFF, Wales & TOKYO -- Abcellute Ltd (Abcellute) and GeneFrontier Corporation (GeneFrontier) announced today that they have signed an Exclusive Agreement for the manufacture, marketing and distribution of Abcellute's preserved hepatocyte products into Japan.
Rooney leads Man U: Wayne Rooney scored two goals and Manchester United won its first trophy since Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Malcolm Glazer bought the storied club, beating Wigan Athletic 4-0 in Cardiff, Wales to win the English Premier League Cup.
Chris and his laboratory in Cardiff, Wales have been involved directly in helping FermaVir move the clinical candidate, FV-100, efficiently into the clinic.
Premier League champion Chelsea beat FA Cup winner Arsenal 2-1 Sunday at Cardiff, Wales, in the Community Shield, the annual kickoff to the English season.
The work presented is a three-way collaboration between the company, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales and the Rega Institute of the Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium.
CARDIFF, Wales - Like a ghost from the past, the weak beam of light from the headlamp on my helmet came to rest on a name placard: ``Shadow.
The work to be presented is a three-way collaboration between the company, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales and the Rega Institute of the Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium.
CARDIFF, Wales - Prince Charles became the first member of the British royal family in more than 800 years to visit the monks of Caldey Island off the Welsh coast.
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