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Lloyd

(loyd),
John Uri, U.S. pharmacist, 1849-1936. Noted for investigational work in plant chemistry and phytochemistry as applied to medicines, alkaloids, and glucosides.
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Mr Michael, who was on the panel which appointed Ms Holland as ACC, said of Mr Llwyd's criticism of the appointment: "It's a poisonous comment which has absolutely no foundation.
"In the past the Llwyd o'r Bryn competition has closed the Eisteddfod.
In a statement yesterday, Mr Hain ( who was in Cornwall for his father-in-law's funeral ( said: "I regard it as an act of cowardice that when Elfyn Llwyd had the opportunity to put this lie to me directly in the House of Commons yesterday, he instead raised it when I was absent at a family funeral and unable to rebut this false accusation."
Mr Llwyd pointed out that Mr Grayling had told the Daily Mail in 2009: "I am advocating a hard line approach.
The story, set in a middle-class suburban Cardiff, is an adaptation of Llwyd's second Welsh novel that won him theWelsh book of the year award in 2008.
Asked whether Plaid had any better people waiting in the wings, Mr Llwyd says: "There's plenty of talent in Cardiff - there's no doubt about that."
Caiff Pawb a'i Farn - Dyddiadur Dewi Llwyd ei lansio nos Wener (8 Rhagfyr) am 7 o'r gloch yn Neuadd Hugh Owen, Canolfan Reolaeth Prifysgol Bangor Dewi Llwyd, Dylan Jones a Marian Ifans gyda cherddoriaeth fyw gan Delwyn Sion.
Mr Llwyd cites the fact that both Ireland and Scotland are able to manage their own criminal justice system and interestingly, the former Lord Advocate of Scotland in a recent report has recommended the need for "a radical re-working" of the approach to offenders, in this particular case as it relates to women, including the closing of the largest women's prison in Scotland.
It was Llwyd's seventh birthday on the March 8 and she attends the Kennet Valley Primary School, in Reading, Berkshire.
And it is Mr Iwan, pictured, the 65-year-old folk singer and former Gwynedd councillor, rather than his barrister rival Elfyn Llwyd, who appears to have the greater understanding of which way the wind is blowing.
RE the 'Dolgarrog disaster', it was not Dolgarrog Valley that went with the water, it as Porth Llwyd village.