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BUTEBudapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary)
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Cabinet member for culture and leisure councillor Peter Bradbury said: "Cardiff wouldn't be Cardiff without Bute Park - it's been the green heart of the city for 70 years now and that deserves a celebration.
Alice Martin, Mount Stuart's head of historic collections, believes the folio was acquired by the third Marquess of Bute, an antiquarian and collector, who died in 1900.
It was a good performance, definitely." But, despite pocketing PS1.5million for the Bute fight, there was no lavish party for the Londoner.
The home crowd were getting right behind Romanian-born Canadian Bute, who left DeGale with a cut above his left eye after an accidental head clash.
The corned beef is the only meat product in which bute has been found, according to the FSA.
In a letter to vets, Defra's chief veterinary officer Nigel Gibbens wrote: "A number of veterinary medicines commonly used for the treatment of horses, for example phenylbutazone (bute), if consumed, can be harmful to human health.
In the recent results the amount of bute is between trace and 1.9mg per kilogram.
He claims Bute is chicken because he's heard little from the Romanian's camp about their contracted re-match in his hometown of Montreal in March.
Froch, 35, destroyed unbeaten champion Bute in five rounds in May.
The 34-year-old Froch was coming off a rare defeat to Andre Ward and went into the fight against the undefeated, Canadian-based Bute as the underdog.
The Englishman snatched Bute's IBF super-middleweight title with a superb fifth-round stoppage in Nottingham on Saturday night and is now contracted to travel to Canada, where Romanian Bute is based, to defend the belt in a rematch.
However, the 34-year-old believes Bute may never fight again, let alone step into the ring for second dose.