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(lō'găn),
William H.G., early 20th-century U.S. plastic surgeon. See: Logan bow.
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He said: "I break my usual custom of speaking Welsh from the Logan Stone to beg for silence for these little children and the music.
From the Logan Stone Bob often spoke about the need for children to be taught the rudiments of strict metre poetry.
He said, 'I break my usual custom of speaking Welsh from the Logan Stone to beg for silence for these little children and the music.
Speaking from the Logan Stone during the first of five Gorsedd ceremonies yesterday Mr Jones said: "And it's not just the Eisteddfod that benefits from the work of the volunteers.
Archdruid-elect, Selwyn Griffith, who, with his wife will be meeting the cost of creating the Logan Stone and steps, said, 'What impressed me most of all was the fact that, to look at, one is convinced they are real stones.