Eira


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The couple were originally planning on calling their daughter Lily but later settled on Eira, which is the Welsh word for snow.
The frittata recipe was devised by Bodnant cookery school consultant Eira Roche, who drew on her experiences working as a chef in Italy.
Eira admits it was actually wallpaper bought from eBay.
Eira Thomas looks through a glass case at rough diamonds.
Eira said Alexander had been having treatment since he was struck down by a brain tumour at the age of five.
HAPPY: Charles Bronson says fiancee Saira has been sent to save him from himself; CONCERN: Eira Peterson has grave doubts about her son's marriage; BRIDE: Saira is fascinated by Bronson; INNOCENT: Bronson as a toddler; TOUGH GUY: Bronson in 1991; REUNION: Eira, with Bronson and brother John; JOYFUL: One of his recent cards home
SHE may be a pint-sized businesswoman by day but karate expert Eira Culverwell has certainly proved she can take on the big guys.
Today we celebrate with Elizabeth and Allan Hall and with the wonderful Eira Leader - whose name, fittingly at this time of year, means snow.
All went well on the way there from the Sick Kids Hospital but when mum Eira tried to get back later, the nightmare began.
Thomas Kelly and Eira Gordon married after meeting on police duty in Liverpool - him in uniform and her as switchboard supervisor.
Eira says: "It tells of a merchant who was childless for 40 years, until he ate a concoction including coriander.
She writes: "It was a great responsibility for Madam Gwen, Eira and Marion Williams to take all those young people on such a long jouney by train.
Dear wife of the late Hugh Williams (Rhoshelyg), loving mother of Morfydd, Tony, Ceinwen, Ifor, Eira and Huw, fond mother-inlaw of Geoff, Tom, Peter and Mandy and a proud and caring grandmother to all her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
SOIL Association licensees Glyn and Eira Jones will hold a Farm Walk on their land in Narberth, Pembrokeshire, on Tuesday, September 9.
Eira Leader, who now lives at Greta Cottage residential home at Saltburn, had Welsh parents and her name means "snow".