Glendower


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Welsh chieftain who led a revolt against Henry IV's rule in Wales (1359-1416)

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At Glendower last week, he had rounds of 74 and 67 (including that brilliant finish) to make the cut and then followed up with a 76 and another 74.
One thing which should keep Stone wide awake is playing with his childhood idol Ernie Els over the first two days, the four-time major winner becoming a late addition to the field after missing the cut at Glendower.
Defending champion Andy Sullivan tees off at the first at Glendower.
Defending champion Andy Sullivan, along with the legendary duo of Ernie Els and Retief Goosen, are at Glendower to challenge Grace.
The Owen Glendower was a Britannia Class steam locomotive used on express passenger trains.
Lambourn trainer Nicky Henderson heads north with a team of five, headed by former useful hurdler Owen Glendower (3.
A professional geologist with BSc and PhD degrees in geology from the University of Durham, England, Ken is currently President of Glendower International Limited, a Calgary-based firm that provides a variety of services to clients in the international oil and gas exploration and exploitation industry.
The popular Littlewoods worker, from Litherland, was assistant manager at Glendower Junior FC.
He played for both the under-16s and under-17s before graduating to the under-18s and flying out to Johannesburg to take part in an event at Glendower on the Ernie Els junior tour as well as a quadrangular international.
He is handling the sale of Glendower House in Monmouth's historic town centre.
The French regime refused to recognize him and the war against them and Owen Glendower in Wales added to the new King's financial difficulties.
Pamela Glendower and the Swansea-born hellraiser had a night of passion in Dylan's family home while Caitlin was having their second child.
Like many of the figures in the Mirror, Glendower tries to articulate some theory of social place and ambition that can accommodate both the poem's stated belief in the lethal consequences of ambition and the manifest contradictions that history offers to that belief.
Welsh novelist, essayist, and poet, known chiefly for his long panoramic novels, including Wolf Solent (1929), A Glastonbury Romance (1932), and Owen Glendower (1940).
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