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a hilly county in southwestern England

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Prosecutor Byron Broadstock told Cardiff Crown Court Thomas and Curnow had received PS210 for the stash after selling it to a pawn brokers.
Paentiodd Sydney Curnow Vosper (1866-1942) ei waith enwog yng Nghapel y Bedyddwyr Salem, Cefncymerau, ger Harlech yn 1908.
It won't be disputed, I think, that Curnow is not just the premier poet, but the best critic, the most effective controversialist, and indeed the most acute intellect.
The exchanges culminated with a stark message from Carter to Curnow well before Carter's shift began: ''He's gonna die.
CURNOW Margaret Deepest sympathy to Richard and family.
Curnow said: "In the mid to late 1880s, when Walton painted The Schoolmates, he was at the peak of his career and had been able to observe the new Impressionist ideas concerning colour and light.
Master Corporal Richard Curnow (right) first made headlines in Canada when he disappeared on May 5, 2011.
Malcolm Curnow died 12 days later, 43 years after suffering serious injuries in a previous road accident which left him disabled and unfit for work.
The greatest poet of that generation, Allen Curnow (1911-2001), even had a pseudonymous double, "Whim Wham"--the passing fancy that packs a punch--who published weekly poems on current events.
Shaun Curnow, from the Bluebird Land Speed Record attempt, said: "As far as I know there wasn't any records set.
Gary Swainston has been warned he faces jail for causing the death of Malcolm Curnow in November last year.
Tonight we are in Swansea where garage manager Stephanie Morgan Thomas competes against TV cameraman Luke England, telesales employee Ed Curnow and charity worker Helen Foley.
John Curnow, General Manager, received the award in New York at the Starwood North America Excellence Awards Celebration on April 22.
National Union of Workers assistant secretary Esmond Curnow said the union feared many hundreds of people would be left without work.
After the local Anglican cathedral was closed for safety reasons, Catholic Bishop Joseph Grech of Sandhurst gave permission for Anglican Bishop Andrew Curnow to ordain seven candidates in St.