mohel

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mohel

[mō′əl, môhāl′]
in Judaism, ordained to circumcise.

mo·hel

(moyl)
Ordained Jew who performs circumcisions as prescribed by Jewish customs.
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The anniversary provides an opportunity for people to explore and expresswhat Moel Famau, and the tower, means to them today, compared to what it meant to people 200 years ago.
Most walkers take the main path between the cliff and lake, but if you take the trouble to walk around the lake you'll be rewarded with a fine view of Moel Siabod looming over the lake.
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One of the highlights will be the uphillonly open race on Moel Siato bicknell@com on Twitter will be the uphillonly open race on Moel Siabod on the Wednesda y afternoon, followed by post-event food and seminar at the Siabod Cafe.
In 2009 Moel y Gaer hillfort, Llanbedr, Ruthin was excavated by Bangor University.
As a matter of interest Ail Wynt Cyf, when applying for planning permission for more turbines at Moel Maelogan, claimed in the press that the generating capacity of the existing machines was 43% of maximum (Farmers Guardian November 28 2003) so it seems reasonable to be curious about apparently exaggerated claims.
Ebony, 2, has fun on sledge at Moel |Famau (main) as Lottie Buckley and her friend Jessi Doyle build a snowman
Denise established the Moel Faban Secret Supper club at her home in Rachub, near Bethesda, in October 2009 after reading about London's scene.
The families at Moel Y Gaer would have a fire going throughout the year and this fire without a chimney would have kept fleas and vermin out of the thatch.
The three beers - Moel Famau Ale, Moel Fenlli Heather Honey Ale and Moel Arthur Bilberry Brew - proved a big hit and now feature on Hafod's core range.
Raising The Ramparts consists of paintings of the 2009 excavation at Moel y Gaer hillfort in Llanbedr, plus the local landscape, by North Wales artist Bill Kneale.