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aneurin

Vitamin B1, thiamin. This is plentiful in cereals and fresh vegetables, legumes, fruit, meat and milk, but there is very little in refined foods, fat, sugar or alcohol. Deficiency causes BERI-BERI in 1 2 months. Also known as thiamine.

aneurin, aneurine

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Aneirin is the first to admit that he came into acting relatively late, after taking a music degree at Aberystwyth.
I studied music at university," says baritone Aneirin, "but now singing is just a hobby.
It has been great working with Aneirin Karadog as he was able to ensure fun literacy activities into this pleasurable experience.
And 54-year-old actor, Aneirin Hughes, originally from Penybontrhydybeddau in Ceredigion, says he is "a great admirer" of Gwynfor.
Aneirin offered Anni some advice: "Make sure the children enjoy and make sure it doesn't feel like work, the time will fly.
The film is Ellis' journey - it's the story of his personal catharsis as he gradually comes to understand things about his background and about himself, " explains Aneirin Hughes.
Performed in Welsh and English, Welsh Gold features the work of a number of Wales' most established writers through the years, including Taliesin, Aneirin, Dafydd ap Gwilym, Dannie Abse, Tiffany Atkinson, Gillian Clarke and WH Davies.
Hyfforddi fel canwr wnaeth Aneirin Hughes o Aberystwyth, ond buan iawn y dechreuodd actio gymryd drosodd, ac enillodd le yn y gyfres Pobol y Cwm yn yr 1980au.
The docu-drama, starring Nicholas McGaughey as Evans and Aneirin Hughes as Scott, shows how the unlikely pair became firm friends when they met on the HMS Majestic in the early part of the 20th Century.
Aneirin Karadog / Eurig Salisbury - St David's Hall, Cardiff, April 12 at 3pm The Children's Poet Laureate of Wales (Bardd Plant Cymru) Aneirin Karadog's first collection of poetry, O Annwn i Geltia (Barddas) was shortlisted for Wales Book of the Year in 2013, and the multilingual and multitalented Aneirin is known to TV viewers and music fans.
The channel, which yesterday unveiled its autumn schedule, will be screening Gwynfor, written by Archdruid T James Jones and starring Pobol y Cwm actor Aneirin Hughes.
Then on Friday it was fitting to see the multi-talented Aneirin Karadog win the coveted Chair for his moving poem on a peace-focused father trying to get his military son to see the futility of war and how it makes everything worse.