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an island off the north-west coast of Wales.
Anglesey leg - first prosthetic wooden leg, designed for Henry William Paget, first marquis of Anglesey, 1768-1854.
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Anglesea, 79, of Old Colwyn, was convicted of indecently assaulting one boy at a house in Mold in the 1980s.
The amended report published today removes redactions relating to Gordon Anglesea, except where there is a risk that victims, witnesses or other individuals might be identified.
Those organisations forced to pay damages to Anglesea, in what was one of the biggest libel trials of the era, could attempt to recover their costs in civil court.
also admitted he might have had a rethink about his future had Anglesea headed up the coaching team from the start of this season.
As soon as the rescue was completed they returned soaking wet to Anglesea Street where they changed their clothes and all three returned to duty for the rest of the night.
Anglesea, meanwhile, is wary of the threat posed by Leeds fly-half Gordon Ross, whose goalkicking and astute tactical play helped account for Bath.
Beleaguered coach Jim Mallinder led the tributes to Anglesea after he led from the front in typical fashion as Sale comfortably booked a home semi-final against the winners of the Leeds-Bath tie.
Elizabeth Barnes, 72, was one of the first Anglesea Heights residents to get a glimpse of the new system.
Contact Direct Experience, 18 Anglesea Road, Ipswitch IPI 3PP, England.
DISGRACED former police superintendent Gordon Anglesea will have to fund his own appeal against his conviction for sex crimes against boys dating back to the 1980s.