rHEWL

AcronymDefinition
rHEWLRecombinant Hen Egg White Lysozyme
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Staff at Ysgol Rhewl were invited to meet Prime Minister David Cameron earlier this year.
Alex Gill was the best with the bat for Rhewl, knocking 32.
The Rhewl trees have turned out to be from a new strain of the tree and have been given their own clone number.
Division Five: Bodedern 2nds v Bethesda 2nds, Corwen v Northop 3rds, Dolgellau 2nds v TATA Steel Maeshafn, Llangollen 2nds v Chirk 2nds, Rhewl 2nds v Halkyn 2nds, Shotton 2nds v Ruthin 2nds.
For Rhewl, Brian Whiteside took 3-52 and Steve Williams 3-48.
But in a report to this week's cabinet meeting Jackie Walley, the authority's head of customer and education support, refutes the argument the closure of Rhewl school will affect the availability of bilingual provision and that the proposal is at odds with the council's Welsh in Education strategic plan.
The Rhewl based choir, Cor y Porthmyn, were to hold their concert at Cyffylliog to raise funds for the church.
Yesterday morning a motorcyclist came off his bike on Irving Road in Llandudno and an hour later two vehicles crashed on notorious bends near Rhewl.
Jordan, from Rhewl, near Ruthin, who is studying at Yale College, said: "I decided to design a downhill frame because that's what I really enjoy.
Retired Coldstream Guardsman Mike Howard, 69, has written to the people of Rhewl, in Flintshire, telling them he has joined the far-right BNP, widely regarded as a racist party.
It will go through Vale Street, Denbigh and along Ruthin Road before heading through Brookhouse, Llanrhaeadr, Rhewl and into Ruthin.
The can stands on the bar of the Sun Inn pub in Rhewl, near Llangollen, run by couple Paul and Cath Shepherd.