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*  NHS Wales
"Our services". NHS Wales. Retrieved 3 August 2014. Wales, NHS. "NHS Wales , Structure". www.wales.nhs.uk. Retrieved 2018-01-09 ... NHS Wales provides public healthcare in Wales and directly employs some 72,000 staff, making it Wales's biggest employer. It ... Medicine portal List of hospitals in Wales "NHS Wales - About Us: History & Context". NHS Wales. Retrieved 3 August 2014. " ... NHS Wales. 9 July 2014. Retrieved 11 September 2014. "Topics: Health and social care: NHS Wales: About NHS Wales". Welsh ...
*  Wales, Maine
Wales, Boston: Russell Maine Genealogy: Wales, Androscoggin County, Maine Town of Wales official website. ... Wales is a town in Androscoggin County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,616 at the 2010 census. It is included in ... Schools operated by the district: Oak Hill High School (9-12) - Wales Oak Hill Middle School (6-8) - Sabattus Carrie Ricker ...
*  North Wales
Geography of Wales South Wales West Wales Mid Wales The North Wales Regional Hospital, Wrexham North Wales Police North Wales ... of North Wales Police differs from the boundary of the North Wales area of the Natural Resources Wales and the North Wales ... as well as the Northern-most coastal areas of north-western Wales; the rest of North Wales is covered by Mid and West Wales. ... BBC Cymru Wales news teams are based at the Corporation's Bangor, Wrexham and Mold studios while ITV Cymru Wales runs a ...
*  Wales (disambiguation)
... a town Wales Township, Michigan, a civil township Wales, New York, a town Wales, North Dakota, a city Wales, Utah, a town Wales ... Wales Island (Nunavut) Wales Island (Ungava) Wales (European Parliament constituency) Wales, South Yorkshire, a village and ... Wales is one of the four countries of the United Kingdom. Wales may also refer to: Wales, Ontario, one of the Lost Villages ... Wisconsin, a village Wales (surname) Gerald of Wales (c. 1146 - c. 1223), a medieval clergyman and chronicler Maud of Wales ( ...
*  Jane Wales
Wales graduated from the Emma Willard School and Sarah Lawrence College. From 1993 to 1996, Wales served in the Clinton ... During the Carter Administration, Wales served as Assistant Deputy Secretary of State. Wales was the executive director of ... Wales is Board Chair of FSG and a member of the board of Center for a New American Security. She also hosts the NPR interview ... Wales Wed To Scott Blaze". New York Times. Bradley, Tahman. "Bill Clinton Invokes the "Bad Dreams" of a Former P.O.W". ABC News ...
*  Squash Wales
Sport Wales. 2010. Retrieved 22 January 2011. "Squash Wales". Squash Wales website. Squash Wales. 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-20. " ... In 2012, Squash Wales Limited changed its name to Wales Squash and Racketball Ltd. "NGB websites:About us:Sport Wales-Chwaraeon ... Squash Wales website. Squash Wales. 30 November 2009. Retrieved 21 May 2010. Official site Wales men's national squash team. ... Squash Wales is the national governing body of squash in Wales. It has 121 affiliated clubs and is a member of the World Squash ...
*  Drum (Wales)
Nuttall, John & Anne (1999). The Mountains of England & Wales - Volume 1: Wales (2nd edition ed.). Milnthorpe, Cumbria: ... Drum (Welsh pronunciation: [ˈdrɨm]) (Welsh: Y Drum = the ridge) is a summit in the Carneddau mountains in north Wales, 2 km ...
*  Wales, Ontario
Families and businesses in Wales were moved to the new town of Ingleside before the seaway construction commenced. Wales, about ... Wales is a ghost town in the Canadian province of Ontario. It is one of Ontario's Lost Villages, which were permanently flooded ... Ghosttownpix.com - Wales Google Map showing crossing of the decommissioned CN Rail tracks and Main St., visible from satellite ... The town was named for the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) who visited the area during his Canadian tour of 1860. ...
*  Wales Masters
The Wales Masters was a darts tournament from 2006 to 2012. List of BDO ranked tournaments "Roll of Honour". welshdarts.org. ...
*  Robin Wales
In 2014 Wales was elected for a fourth term as mayor. He received 47,095 votes (61.2%). In 2016 Wales won a vote of party ... Wales easily won a third term in 2010, with 64,748 votes (68.0%). Wales was part of the London 2012 Board which was involved in ... Wales later apologised to the Focus E15 families about the dispute. Ahead of the 2018 mayoral election, which could see Wales ... A total of 424 members voted to allow other candidates to stand against Wales, while 351 voted for Wales being the only ...
*  Poetry Wales
"Poetry Wales >> About". Poetry Wales. Retrieved 5 July 2017. Poetry Wales website. ... Poetry Wales is a triannual poetry magazine published in Bridgend, Wales. Founded by Meic Stephens and now published by Seren, ... Former editor Cary Archard also founded Poetry Wales Press, which now trades under the name Seren Books. Poetry Wales is ... Along with two other literary magazines in Wales, New Welsh Review and Planet, Poetry Wales receives funding from the Welsh ...
*  Hanmer, Wales
Hanmer, Flintshire, GENUKI Hanmer, BBC North East Wales] Palmer, J. "Open Domesday". University of Hull. Retrieved 21 May 2014 ... Hanmer family, Dictionary of Welsh Biography, National Library of Wales "Halghton Hall, Hanmer". British Listed Buildings. ... Hanmer was the only site in North Wales to be included in the survey, so it was grouped together with the sites in Cheshire. ... part of Wrexham County Borough in Wales. At the 2001 Census the population of the Hanmer community area, which includes Hanmer ...
*  Wales Peak
... is located on the border of Alberta and British Columbia. It was named in 1927 by Alfred J. Ostheimer after Wales, ... List of peaks on the British Columbia-Alberta border Mountains of Alberta Mountains of British Columbia PeakFinder Wales Peak. ...
*  Wales Classic
The Wales Classic was a darts tournament held from 2004 to 2013. List of BDO ranked tournaments "Roll of Honour". welshdarts. ...
*  West Wales
Mawr Railway Teifi Valley Railway Vale of Rheidol Railway Geography of Wales South West Wales South Wales Mid Wales North Wales ... guide to Wales statistical groupings West Wales Chamber of Commerce Future Skills Wales Project Summary Report for West Wales ... The "West Wales and the Valleys" NUTS area includes more westerly parts of North Wales. The preserved county of Dyfed covers ... West Wales Line Heart of Wales Line Cambrian Line Gwili Railway Llanelli and Mynydd ...
*  Ethel Wales
31 "Wellington Wales Dead at 48", New York Times, April 11, 1966, pg. 35 Ethel Wales on IMDb Still from The Bedroom Window ( ... Ethel Wales (April 4, 1878 - February 15, 1952) was an American actress. Born in 1878 in Passaic, New Jersey, Wales appeared in ... The couple had one son, Wellington Charles Wales (1918-1966), an editorial writer for the New York Times who died of a heart ... She was the first wife of Wellington E. Wales (1886-1954), Mary Pickford's business manager during the height of her popularity ...
*  Howard Wales
... (2006) Life Is a Trip - Howard Wales (2010) Howard Wales on Allmusic Howard Wales on DeadDisc.com Howard Wales ... Howard Wales and Jerry Garcia (1971) Rendezvous with the Sun - Howard Wales (1976) Side Trips, Volume One - Howard Wales and ... Howard Wales is an American keyboardist and occasional collaborator of Jerry Garcia. He was a session player for many musical ... Jerry Garcia (1998) The Monk in the Mansion - Howard Wales (2000) Complex Simplex - Howard Wales (2001) Between Two Worlds - ...
*  Wales Challenge
The SWALEC Wales Challenge is a golf tournament on the Challenge Tour. It has run annually since 2003. PO - won following ...
*  Forward Wales
"Ron Davies' Forward Wales party folds". BBC News. 2010-01-26. Retrieved 2010-03-28. "News - Wales News - Forward Wales is wound ... Forward Wales (or Cymru Ymlaen in Welsh) was a political party operating in Wales. It evolved from the John Marek Independent ... On 8 November 2003, the JMIP decided to rename itself Forward Wales. The party sought to advance socialist policies for Wales ... The party listed its principles as being: For a democratic socialist Wales: All people of Wales regardless of ethnic origin, ...
*  Wales Playhouse
... is a 30 minute UK dramatic anthology series produced by and airing on BBC Wales. Twenty-two episodes aired from ...
*  Wales Glacier
... (77°37′S 163°31′E / 77.617°S 163.517°E / -77.617; 163.517Coordinates: 77°37′S 163°31′E / 77.617°S 163.517°E ... This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Wales Glacier" (content ...
*  Wales Stream
... (77°35′S 163°30′E / 77.583°S 163.500°E / -77.583; 163.500Coordinates: 77°35′S 163°30′E / 77.583°S 163.500°E ... This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Wales Stream" (content from ... 77.583; 163.500) is a meltwater stream that drains from Wales Glacier to Explorers Cove in New Harbour, Victoria Land. The name ...
*  Air Wales
... and bmibaby fallout Air Wales gives up Plymouth route "Air Wales to cease operations on 23 April 2006" BBC News UK ... "BBC news:Wales:South West Wales:Air Wales pulls out of Swansea". BBC News website. BBC. 19 July 2004. Retrieved 2 March 2010. ... The name Air Wales (Welsh: Awyr Cymru) has been used by two airlines. The first Air Wales was an airline operating flights ... Wales portal Aviation portal Companies portal Air Wales (Archive) Air Wales Photos. ...
*  Wales Head
... (54°0′S 37°34′W / 54.000°S 37.567°W / -54.000; -37.567Coordinates: 54°0′S 37°34′W / 54.000°S 37.567°W / - ... This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Wales Head" (content from ... for William Wales (1734-1798), English astronomer sent by the Board of Longitude to make astronomical observations during ...
*  Prehistoric Wales
... p. 99 Lynch, F. et al. Prehistoric Wales p. 126 Lynch, F. et al. Prehistoric Wales p. 138 Lynch, F. et al. ... Prehistoric Wales pp. 140-5 Lynch, F. et al. Prehistoric Wales pp. 150 Lynch, F. et al. Prehistoric Wales pp. 180 Lynch, F. et ... Prehistoric Wales pp.42-43 Lynch, F. et al. Prehistoric Wales pp.54 Lynch, F. et al. Prehistoric Wales pp. 56-7 Lynch, F. ... Wales Carreg Coetan Arthur Cromlech/Dolmen in Pembrokeshire, Wales The Prehistoric Monuments in Wales, Herbert E. Roese. ...