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Examples from the Web for berwyn

Contemporary Examples of berwyn

  • That requirement is part of a new law pushed by Cheye Calvo, the mayor of the small town of Berwyn Heights.

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    Radley Balko

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Historical Examples of berwyn

  • No courserman could pass the Berwyn and Plinlimmon hills in so wild a storm.

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    Elbridge Streeter Brooks

  • For dinner we had salmon and leg of mutton; the salmon from the Dee, the leg from the neighbouring Berwyn.

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    George Borrow

  • A pleasant road it proved: on our right at some distance was the mighty Berwyn; close on our left the hill called Pen y Coed.

    Wild Wales

    George Borrow

  • There are two roads from Llangollen to Chirk, one the low or post road, and the other leading over the Berwyn.

    Wild Wales

    George Borrow

  • The name of Rome was made known, and made terrible, through Wales by a great battle fought on the eastern slopes of the Berwyn.