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The royal couple then traveled on to the Welsh capital of Cardiff to watch a rugby match between Wales and Australia.
“These measures of penetrance are likely artificially high,” says University of Cardiff medical geneticist David Cooper.
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|Erin Cunningham|May 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“It is never going to come to court,” Frank Cranmer a researcher on law and religion at the Cardiff Law School, told me.
The Daily Pic: At the Met, Janet Cardiff's sound art is much more than the great old music it riffs on.
The Cardiff Giant, which Horace said "you might depend upon was a hoax."Prudy Keeping House|Sophie May
They took nearly all its castles, including that of Cardiff.The History of England|T.F. Tout
As a village, Llandaff is now hardly aught except a flourishing suburb of Cardiff.
But the “Welsh Metropolis,” as Cardiff loves to call itself, will not again see those times.
Coal is in demand everywhere, and it is pre-eminently coal that Cardiff thrives on.