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Synonyms for oriel

a projecting bay window corbeled or cantilevered out from a wall

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Q Tell us what's good about the venue A Oriel Tegfryn is one of North Wales' best kept secrets.
Oriel and Montana attended a three-day England Training Camp at Rushmore Gymnastics Centre, accompanied by Matthew Woolley, City of Birmingham Women's Artistic Coach, who explained there was a real sense of community at the camp with everyone sharing ideas, techniques and learning from one another.
Oriel, for its part, will use Stifel's scale and expertise to broaden its service offering and provide its clients with access to the US market, founder Simon Bragg noted.
We are very grateful for the sponsorship from Oriel and the support of HASCL and Knowsley Council and I hope all the kids involved enjoyed it.
Wedi'r cwbl, mae celf modern yn cael ei arddangos yn lleol yma yng Ngogledd Cymru yn Oriel hyfryd Mostyn, a bydd rhaid i mi fynychu Mostyn cyn bo hir i adolygu un o'r sioeau ar gyfer y golofn hon.
Hoare Govett is the former employer of two key Oriel figures.
Oriel Securities already has alliances with Scotiabank (NYSE: BNS) (TSX: BNS) in Canada and HSBC (LSE: HSBA) (NYSE: HBC) (HKG: 0005) in the UK.
The acquisition of Oriel, which will be integrated as a separate development unit within Sandoz, also offers Sandoz access to its novel FreePath drug delivery technology, which Sandoz notes has the potential to address some of the hurdles facing regulatory approval of generic inhaled medicines in the U.
Pamphlets on Malben (Malben and the Joint, 1953; Malben Institutions, no date; American Joint Distribution Committee, 1962) indicated that Malben established schools for children with visual impairments, sheltered workshops that provided employment for persons with disabilities who had difficulty finding jobs in the general labor market, and the Oriel neighborhood for people with visual impairments in Gedera.
Oriel -- with wines from Spain, Austria, Germany, Italy, France, California, Australia and Chile -- evidently believes so.
The two conspire to work with Oriel in the middle of the night to get him trained.
Oriel Jones reported a 750,000 [pounds sterling] contract to export Welsh hill lamb to the Spanish retail sector at the Royal Welsh Show
All the timber used, including the matchstick screens of the garage and the double-height oriel above, is recycled jarrah--a tough Australian hardwood--some of it sourced from an old wharf from the port of Fremantle in Western Australia.
was formerly the managing director of Oriel Jones & Son in Llanybydder, and will take over at the Welsh Meat Company following the departure of former Managing Director Jane James.
Nevertheless in 1822 he entered a competition for a fellowship at Oriel College, the most prestigious prize in the university, and, much to his own surprise, won it.