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Synonyms for red fox

weedy annual with spikes of silver-white flowers

New World fox

the common Old World fox

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| A crash on the A470 on the Cross Foxes to Dinas Mawddwy Bwlch road PIC: Erfyl Lloyd Davies Photography
The company running the Cross Foxes went into liquidation earlier this year owing PS154,000.
Cross Foxes landlady Helen Davies, 30, told how she had to flee the pub with daughter Amber, four, and husband Craighton, 42.
North West Wales senior coroner Dewi Pritchard Jones at Caernarfon said Mr Hughes had been out with friends on their motorbikes on a nice day last May and had left Cross Foxes when the tragedy occurred.
I AM trying to trace two childhood friends - Frankie Carol of Eton Street/Goodison Road, Walton, last known address Cross Foxes public house, Chester, where he was manager.
Yr wythnos hon bydd tri o drigolion ardal Dolgellau yn camu i gegin y Cross Foxes ac yn wynebu'r her o blesio'r beirniaid ac ennill eu lle ar y fwydlen.
Ian and Sarah wisely ordered wine while final decisions in the "what are we having to eat" treaty TESTS 5 PAST ASIA INDIAN, A cut above (01745 814887) CROSS FOXES, were negotiated.
At Llandudno magistrates' court Jones, 35, of Eskdale Avenue, Moreton, Merseyside, pleaded guilty to assaulting and obstructing an officer, using threatening behaviour and damaging five windows at the Cross Foxes pub.
I AM trying to trace two childhood friends - Frankie Carol of Eton Street/Goodison Road, Walton, last known address 'Cross Foxes' Public House, Chester, where he was manager.
The Cross Foxes at Brithdir near Dolgellau is one of just three winners in the pubs with rooms award in the latest edition of Alastair Sawday's Special Places Pubs and Inns of England & Wales.
Less than an hour later, three men entered the Cross Foxes pub in Meliden Road, Prestatyn, but fled empty-handed.
The crash involved two vehicles close to the Cross Foxes Inn near Dolgellau and closed the A487 for hours while emergency crews worked at the scene.
Police and firefighters are investigating after the attackers struck at the Cross Foxes and Red Lion pubs in Coedpoeth, Wrexham early yesterday.
Dewi and Nicol Gwynne, owners of Cross Foxes, near Dolgellau, North Wales, have been happy to accommodate them in the roof of the former pub which is being renovated and will create 12 jobs when it opens for business this autumn.