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Synonyms for Cathay

a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia

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Rank: Private Regiment: Northumberland Fusiliers Age: 43 Death: July 17, 1920 Buried at: Cardiff (Cathays) Cemetery Leonard William Williams Son of William Richard and Mary Ann Williams, of 109 Cathays Terrace.
Rank: Second Engineer Regiment: Mercantile Marine Age: 26 Death: January 21,1918 Buried at: Tower Hill Memorial Vivian Llewellyn Son of Lemuel Morgan Llewellyn and Isabella Llewellyn, of 157 Cathays Terrace.
Rank: Second Lieutenant Regiment: Royal Welsh Fusiliers Age: 20 Death: November 4, 1918 Buried at: Forest Communal Cemetery William Henry Morris Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Morris; Husband of Elizabeth Jane Morris, of 125 Cathays Terrace.
This meant one more win would hand the title to Cathays.
Kongchun stepped up his game to beat Tyler 3-0 to hand the title to Cathays Academy, Callum Evans pulled a consolation point back for Tonypandy to make the final score 4-3 to Cathays.
Coach Simon Oyler, who has been an inspiration to the team and other pupils who take part in the Academy's sessions at Cathays High, said: "This is a great achievement for Cathays in their first season of the competition and deserve to win this championship.
While it is true that Cardiff University does have libraries in Cathays, they are predominantly stocked with academic books and do not have the everyday non-academic fiction and non-fiction books that Cathays library does.
I often see students and other young people using Cathays library because it offers a good selection of books and to use the computers.
Finally, I would like to reiterate to readers that the possible issue of a move is only being discussed because the council has agreed to invest more than pounds 250,000 into a library in Cathays.