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  • proper noun A patronymic surname.


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From Hugh + patronymic suffix -s.


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  • It also misnamed Iwan Huws, a first-time Plaid Cymru candidate running for Aberconwy, as Iwan Jones A different language, but the same issues: coalitions and cuts, 20 April, page 14.

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  • Iwan Huws, Director of Wales for the National Trust, has stated publicly that the development would be decided by the democratic process.

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  • [Edrica] Huws uses enjambement more adventurously than [Howard] Nemerov.

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  • Nemerov seems to belong to the crowd "We thought of all the generations gone", Huws to be the more widely watchful, detailing the effects of the bonfire's collapse from the immediate human reaction to the owl's bafflement to the lingering aftermath.

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  • Meri Huws, chairwoman of the Welsh Language Board since 2004, is expected to deliver the Welsh Government's new regulatory system, to ensure Welsh language services are delivered to the public.

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  • Greg Strong's Rhyl have already knocked out Welsh Premier League team Newtown and the Huws Gray Alliance promotion challengers will be hoping for a second top-flight scalp.

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  • Lord Croham of Croydon: Senior civil servant who helped bring about greater transparency in ministers' decision-making Richard Hamilton: Painter and collagist widely regarded as the creator of Pop Art Dafydd Huws: Psychiatrist, Plaid Cymru stalwart and wind-farm pioneer Peter Denyer: Actor who played the slow but lovable Dennis in 'Please Sir!

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  • Llyr Huws Gruffydd, said: "It beggars belief that Carwyn Jones has decided to give responsibility for agriculture to someone who does not have a rural constituency and is therefore not accountable to Wales' farming communities."

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  • Friday, 17 February: Meri Huws, Welsh language commissioner

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  • Meanwhile, Plaid Cymru's rural affairs spokesperson Llyr Huws Gruffydd AM accused Labour in Wales of dragging its heels over the terms of reference and timetable of the review.

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