Galahad


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(Arthurian legend) the most virtuous knight of the Round Table

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Thirty-two of the 52 people who died on June 8, 1982, when Argentinean Skyhawk bombers hit the Sir Galahad, were Welsh Guards (2015 is the regiment's centenary), and scores were injured - including Simon Weston, from Cardiff, who survived 49% burns and became one of Wales' most prominent charity campaigners and inspirational speakers.
Galahad follows Lamont Peterson, Andre Berto, James Toney, Roy Jones Jnr and Fernando Vargas, to name just a few who have tested positive in recent times.
And 'Jazza' admits a rematch with Galahad is something he "would love".
He explained that Rouell was on the Sir Galahad with other members of his regiment on June 9, 1982.
Merrill's Marauders: The Untold Story of Unit Galahad and the Toughest Special Forces Mission of World War II.
KID Galahad claimed the European super bantamweight title in Sheffield with a convincing unanimous decision over Spain's Sergio Prado.
The Caerphilly-born ex-soldier suffered horrific, lifechanging burns when his ship, Sir Galahad, was attacked during the conflict in 1982 and he became a national focus as he battled to overcome his injuries.
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His uncle, Neil Hughes, died when the Argentinians bombed the Sir Galahad in 1982.
The Welsh Guards were the regiment worst affected by the bombing of the Sir Galahad at Bluff Cove, with 32 of the 48 victims being drawn from their ranks.
ABOUT 60 people attended a memorial service for Welsh Guardsman David Williams, who died 30 years ago yesterday on the Sir Galahad in the Falklands conflict.
Galahad,thelatestslicksterto come out of Brendan Ingle's Sheffield gym, has a perfect 11-0 record and was far too smooth for former British champion Jason Booth when theymetinFebruar y.
LOVE LIFE THURSDAY ITV1 9pm Rob James-Collier takes a break from playing the Downton baddy Thomas to star as a backpacker who comes home to find his former girlfriend is the bearer of some surprising news MARY'S BOTTOM LINE THURSDAY C4, 9pm Mary Portas says knickers to laziness and defeatism as she continues her one-woman campaign to get Britain working by opening a factory to make underwear RETURN TO THE FALKLANDS TUESDAY ITV1, 9pm Simon Weston, the Welsh Guardsman who became the face of the Falklands War after suffering devastating burns when the Sir Galahad was destroyed, confronts his past for the 30th anniversary.
Despite the wide range of interests, Barfield's marginalia point to a decided preoccupation with the following characters and following themes: Galahad and the Siege Perilous, various characters' use of prophecy, a comparison of Galahad and Lancelot, Balin's dolorous stroke and its consequences, and Arthur's family.
Sir Galahad is Beaufils's traveling companion and drives most people they meet nuts with his rigid piety.