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Aberdare is a town in the Cynon Valley area of Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales, at the confluence of the Rivers Dare and Cynon. The population at the 2001 census was 31,705. Aberdare is 3.5 miles south-west of Merthyr Tydfil, 20 miles north-west of Cardiff and 22 miles east-north-east of Swansea. During the nineteenth century it became a thriving industrial settlement, which was also notable for the vitality of its cultural life and as an important publishing centre.
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Golf Illustrated (1900)
The present Lord Aberdare is a son of the first Baron, who was better known, perhaps, as Mr. Henry Campbell Bruce, a former Home Secretary. Lord Aberdare is an old Rugby boy, anil takes great interest in games generally, and in Golf ...
by Charles James Fox Bunbury, Frances Horner Bunbury, Katharine Horner Lyell
Aberdare is a peculiarly agreeable man, ...
The Riches Beneath our Feet (2010)
How Mining Shaped Britain by Geoff Coyle
Despite these efforts the fact remains that, while Cardiff is a vibrant, exciting city with a seemingly never-ending building boom, the train ride from there to Aberdare is a sad one. Aberdare has a conference and heritage centre based on an old ...
The Red Dragon (1883)
The National Magazine of Wales by Charles Wilkins (of Merthyr-Tydfil), James Harris
Scarcely a tree or a shrub, nothing but barren hills surrounding you, nevertheless, Aberdare is an important place A TRIP TO SOUTH WALES. 501.
by R. B. Mandal
Aberdare is a mountain range some 100 kilometres in length, its highest peak, 01 Doinyo Lesatima (4,000 metres), lying some ...
From the termination of the canal near Aberdare is a railroad, which extends two miles further in the same direction.
by Tony Jaques
Robert, 187 Aberdare (Welsh Dynastic War). 592 Aberdare. Kenya (Mau Mau Revolt). 691 Aberdare. Kenya ( Mau ...
Aberdare, B. Elgin and Kincardine, E. Knightage, etc, Elgin and Kincardine, E. Balfour of Burleigh, B. Bruce of Sten- house, Bart. Knightage, etc. Bruce of Downhill, Bart. Aberdare, B. Bruce of Down hill, Bart. Elgin and Kincardine, E. Aberdare, ...
by David Mills
See aberdare. Aberdare 2 Aberdare ( Aberdâr) ...
by Richard Aldrich, Peter Gordon
Aberdare, Henry Austin Bruce, 1st Baron (1815–95). Statesman. Born Duffryn, Aberdare, Wales to which the family of Scottish origin had moved in the eighteenth century. Educated at Swansea Grammar School. Called to the bar from Lincoln's ...
by James A. Jobling
Aberdare Mts, Kenya. aberrans L. aberrans deviating (aberrare to deviate, to wander). aberti Lt.-Col. James William Abert (1820–1897) US Army, engineer, naturalist, explorer and artist (Pipilo).
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- Aberdare Gds
Photo credit: satguru
- Aberdare forest
Photo credit: linznix
- Aberdare Station
The orginal, now disused, Aberdare Station, 10/08.
Photo credit: hugh llewelyn
- Aberdare Hotel, Weston, NSW.
Corner Cessnock Road and Hall Street, Weston.
Established in 1905.
Taken from car window.
Photo credit: jemasmith
- Aberdare Country Club - Gardens
The main building, seen through the colourful shrubs in the gardens. The Aberdare Country Club, Kenya.
Photo credit: www.hickey-fry.com
- Aberdare Country Club - Terrace
Seating on the terrace, with views of the beautiful gardens and the hills beyond. The Aberdare Country Club, Kenya.
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- The hills above Aberdare
Photo credit: Dai Lygad
- Aberdare Nat'l Park - Vulture
Photo credit: VBzi
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Scrabble value of A1B3E1R1D2A1R1E1
The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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