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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 committee's report, City Deals and the Regional Economies of Wales, calls for a growth deal for mid Wales given the dependence of the region on agriculture, dispersed population, historically low rates of productivity and the high proportion of SMEs in the region.
Although South Wales led 12-4 at half-time, it wasn't necessarily a fair reflection as North Wales competed well, despite not having played together on many occasions beforehand.
Dr Rosemary Fox, director of screening division for Public Health Wales, said: "We are keen to build on the success of previous Screening for Life campaigns by engaging with even more members of the public about screening than ever before.
We have taken into account all the Wales matches, including the August World Cup warm-up games, and the competitive club and regional contests since the beginning of september.
p pre With a day less than Wales to prepare, England further blundered by not focusing on putting the title out of the Dragons' reach by building their points difference against Italy.
The roadshows will feature a 'question and answer' session involving the Regional Optical Committees, Optometry Wales and members from the PPV team.
The exact detail is still being consulted on, but as well as savings, there will be reinvestment and new opportunities in Bangor as well as across BBC Wales Wendy Rees, Head of BBC Cymru Wales' Operations in North Wales
The hammering Wales suffered against England didn't add to the occasion of their visit to Lansdowne Road, which was hosting just its third international.
This funding will help build on the links already established between Wales and Lesotho,' said Education Minister Jane Davidson.
Sep 8 Wales v N Ireland, Poland v England, Austria v Azerbaijan.
Yes they beat Canada without question, but they are no-hopers for the World Cup and anyone who had hoped to see Wales showing the quality that would make them an outstanding bet for the tournament next month, would have been gravely disappointed.