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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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The people of Wales are called Welsh; many still speak the ancient Welsh language.
I have had my time and my experience as Miss Wales 2012 and I will be happy to pass it on to the new girl next week," she said.
To complete the Wales and West Utilities solution, MDSI will work with Itronix to integrate its GoBook wireless, rugged notebook computer with Advantex.
Played 3: Wales 13, England 10, Australia 9 ENGLAND THRASH AUSTRALIA WITH FOUR TRIES OR MORE Again an unlikely scenario, but it would mean a five-point haul for England and Wales needing to avoid defeat to the Wallabies in their last match .
As far as Wales is concerned - for London read Cardiff.
Laws made in Wales are still part of the law of England and Wales, but apply only in Wales.
And we did it again in 1985 when a 1-1 draw in Cardiff was enough to send us to Mexico 86 with Wales losing out.
SARA Edwards was one of the main presenters of BBC Wales flagship early evening news programme Wales Today for more than 20 years.
The castles, gardens and history of Wales are more accessible and affordable than ever with the Wales Tourist Board's new campaign that brings together over 35 tour operators, hotels and airlines with special deals and discounts to lure visitors to Wales this year.
Results: Italy 34 Scotland 20, England 50 Ireland 18, Wales 3 France 36, France 9 England 15, Wales 47 Italy 16, Ireland 44 Scotland 22, Scotland 16 France 28, England 46 Wales 12, Ireland 60 Italy 13, Italy 12 England 59, Wales 26 Scotland 18, France 25 Ireland 27, France 42 Italy 31, Ireland 19 Wales 23, Scotland 19 England 13.