ceryl


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ce·ryl

(sēr'il),
The hydrocarbon radical C26H53- of ceryl alcohol (hexacosanol).
Synonym(s): hexacosyl
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Macsen with his parents Paul and Ceryl, who have been overwhelmed by the kindness of family, friends and strangers following Macsen's death last year
Paul and Ceryl say the message sums up their "brave and courageous" son and they are determined to carry on raising money for charity in his name.
Liverpool clinched the trophy in the shoot-out through goals by Jo Traynor,Kelly Davies and Ceryl Jones, while Kelly Vaughan,Kelly McDougall and Amy Kane replied.
The Citizens boasted a number of Welsh internationals, including goal-getters Cheryl Foster and Ceryl Jones, Manon Lloyd Williams, sister of Welsh Premier League all-time record goalscorer Marc, as well as Kelly Davies, Katie Williams and Nicola Davies.
IT WAS the original features such as beamed ceilings that attracted Ceryl and Matthew to their lovely cottage home in Machen five years ago.
0 (and) cetearyl alcohol (and) ceryl palmitate Hydrogenated vegetable glycerides 2.
Liverpool clinched the trophy in the shoot-out through goals by Jo Traynor, Kelly Davies, Ceryl Jones and Ashley Marshall, while Kelly Vaughan,Kelly McDougall and Amy Kane replied.
It just wasn't Wales's day as Ceryl Jones, also of Bangor, missed a penalty in the second half to condemn Sian Williams's side to an unfortunate defeat.
Priod hoff a chariadus y diweddar Gordon, mam dyner a gofalus i Malcolm ac Awen, Valerie a Ceryl ac Ian ac Elsie, nain dyner a charedig i Dyfan a Clare, y ddiweddar Delyth a''i phriod Llyr a''r diweddar Meilyr, hen nain falch i Elain ac Erin, Cian a Noa ac anwylaf chwaer y diweddar Gwyn (Gwyn Britannia).
Solo for Year 1 pupils: Ceryl and Llio, Bontnewydd.
Lou Hastie, Ceryl Jones, Jo Traynor and Steph Banks were also on the scoresheet.