- a seaport in South Glamorgan, in SE Wales.
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Contemporary Examples of cardiff
The royal couple then traveled on to the Welsh capital of Cardiff to watch a rugby match between Wales and Australia.Kate Middleton, the Preggers Fashion Princess
November 14, 2014
“These measures of penetrance are likely artificially high,” says University of Cardiff medical geneticist David Cooper.The Genetic Heroes That Could Cure the Sick
July 1, 2014
In July 2013, 17 schoolboys in Cardiff, Wales showed up to school in skirts after temperatures in the U.K. became obscenely high.Skirts Should Be a Normal Choice…for Both Women and Men
May 22, 2014
“It is never going to come to court,” Frank Cranmer a researcher on law and religion at the Cardiff Law School, told me.Britain Puts Mormonism on Trial
February 8, 2014
How could Cardiff lose, they asked, when she was piggybacking on the tonal pleasures of established classical music?A New Masterpiece, Built on an Old One
September 12, 2013
Historical Examples of cardiff
I walked forty miles to Cardiff Fair and didn't dance like this.The House Under the Sea
Sir Max Pemberton
The Cardiff Giant, which Horace said "you might depend upon was a hoax."Prudy Keeping House
Cardiff Castle was much more than a place of defence; it was the seat of government.
Of the two last we have splendid examples in Cardiff and Caerphilly.
Cardiff and Swansea are ports connected with the coal and iron trade.Commercial Geography
Jacques W. Redway
- the capital of Wales, situated in the southeast, in Cardiff county borough: formerly an important port; seat of the Welsh assembly (1999); university (1883). Pop: 292 150 (2001)
- a county borough in SE Wales, created in 1996 from part of South Glamorgan. Pop: 315 100 (2003 est). Area: 139 sq km (54 sq miles)