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Another likely to have quenched the thirst of passing travellers is Afal y Cwmafan, now growing in a walled garden near an old drover's path.
Afal Y Graig Cider are based near Neath and last week won Champion Dry Cider at the International Cider Competition in Hereford.
i) The same field of study; both field of Sirah and Hadith concentrated on words (Aqwal) and conducts (Afal) of Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h).
not composed of parts; one in His attributes (sifat), i.e., not having two powers, two types of knowledge, etc.; one in His works (afal), i.e., not being influenced in any way by anything other than Himself.
The dishes include Black Mountain smoked salmon, pickled cucumber and caper dressing (eog mwg Black Mountain, ciwcymbr wedi'i biclo a dresin caprau); mosaic of confit duck, black pudding and apple with a pear chutney (mosaig o confit hwyaden, pwdin gwaed ac afal, gyda siytni gellyg); baked escalope of halibut, plum tomato fondue and herb crust (escalope o halibwt pob, fondue tomato eirin a chrwst perlysiau); leek and blue cheese pudding, rosti dauphinoise, roasted root vegetables (pwdin cennin a chaws glas, rosti dauphinoise, gwreiddlysiau rhost); fillet of beef, with steak and kidney pie, creamed potatoes and roasted root vegetables (ffiled o gig eidion, gyda phei stc ac aren, tatws hufennog a gwreiddlysiau rhost).
The twelfth-century Welsh bishop and historian Geoffrey of Monmouth, whom Lewis was reading as an undergraduate at University College (TST 249, 263), called Avalon "Insula Pomorum," the Isle of Apples, apparently deriving the name, not unreasonably, from the Welsh afal 'apple'; and Geoffrey added that the island is called "Fortunate" (qtd.
1941, ibid.; Note card on A-24s, Box 45, Hap Arnold-The Murray Green Papers, Air Force Academy Library (AFAL); "Army Air Action in the Philippines & Netherlands East Indies," U.S.
Ricketson, a decorated World War One veteran, devoted his time and company resources to the establishment of the `proto-fascist' All For Australia League (AFAL), one of the principal organisations through which the political right mobilised Australia's middle-class against international communism and the ALP.(18) Helping to clear the ground for a political coup de grace, Pratt plied Labor' s Joseph Lyons with speeches condemning the agenda for debt repudiation proposed under the Lang Plan.