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wale

A welt; a raised ridge on the skin or on the epithelial lining of an organ.
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He said he read about our situation and wanted to help," Wale said.
FSB Wales supports the call for mid Wales to have a growth deal and this is something that FSB Wales has been trying to work towards for some time.
South Wales, meanwhile, fielded players who mostly play for clubs in the South Wales Premier League.
Public Health Wales runs five screening programmes for adults - Breast Test Wales, Cervical Screening Wales, Bowel Screening Wales, the Wales Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening Programme and Diabetic Eye Screening Wales.
Here are the stats which rank the Wales players up to Friday, May 20, starting with the busiest.
Warburton had been dropped by Wales and lost the armband to not one but two team-mates in the past month.
But previous encounters counted for little on the day Wales arrived.
It stands alongside regular shorter exchanges between teachers from the 100 schools in Wales and Lesotho which have established links with each other.
Wales and West Utilities chose MDSI's Advantex in a Box solution, a self-deployable, highly-configurable workforce management system with a scheduled upgrade plan and comprehensive online support.
Alun Wyn Jones (Wales) | Justin Tipuric (Wales) | Rhys Webb (Wales) | Dan Biggar (Wales) | Dan Lydiate (Wales) | Nicky Smith (Wales) | Adam Beard (Wales) | Sam Cross (Wales) | Owen Watkin (Wales) | Keelan Giles (knee ligament) | Dan Baker (knee surgery) | Scott Otten (shoulder) | Hanno Dirksen (knee) | Eli Walker (back) | Brian Mujati (shoulder) | Ben John (HIA) | Jeff Hassler (HIA) SCARLETS With Scott Williams having been called up to the Wales squad this week as a replacement for the crocked Tyler Morgan, the Scarlets are now contributing no fewer than 14 players to the national cause.
The Wales Responsible Business Awards 2016, in partnership with Fujitsu, celebrate the variety of ways that business is making a positive difference - to their workforce, with future employees, in their communities, to the local environment, in schools, across their supply chain or across their organisation.
Laws made in Wales are still part of the law of England and Wales, but apply only in Wales.