CROE

AcronymDefinition
CROECoalition for the Remembrance of Elijah
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A water-saturated site on the southern mainland coast of British Columbia, in Croes (1976a): 233-60.
Jamie Harris of ty croes |in action at Anglesey Circuit
Mae'r cwmni wrthi'n gweithredu prosiect ar fferm Beili Ficer trwy fewnblannu 900 embryo Aberfield, brid arall o eiddo'r cwmni, i Fiwlen a Texel croes Miwlen.
With a losing record and no fan base to build on, Croes admits he is restricted to playing the opponent role on his travels.
On the offensive, the Liverpool fighter went in for the kill on several occasions pinning Croes up against the ropes unloading accurate combinations, showing power to ally with his obvious skill on the back foot.
The whole family is devastated and so are the people in Croes Erw.
Most of the Cefn Croes turbines, which were made in Wales, will be more than 300ft tall but the nearest home is more than a mile and a half away.
Croes & Hackenberger developed two simulation models of the Hoko River economy, one which assumes that storage was not practised as a strategy and a second that assumes it was.
Croes has signed with Newarkbased manager Carl Greaves after sitting out his previous contract with Belgian Philippe Fondu.
Flintshire Council chiefs have held early discussions about the future of Llys Gwenffrwd in Holywell and Croes Atti in Flint.
DR KAYE LITTLE Cefn Croes Action Group, Cwmystwyth, Ceredigion
MIDDLESBROUGH professionals John Riley and Francis Croes suffered double defeat on the road at the weekend.