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Le Passeur is one of three works from the Tate's collections being shown at Oriel y Parc, with a watercolour of St David's Head by JMW Turner also on display to commemorate the Year of the Sea in Wales.
A very different man stands before her now, and Oriel senses that the sardonic Greek autocrat is hell-bent on playing a cat and mouse game with her.
This is a superb achievement and we would like to add our congratulations to Oriel and Montana for gaining a squad place.
"Everybody knows that travelling to Oriel Park is a tough task and it's always difficult to pick up points there," said Dunne.
8 May 2014 - US financial services group Stifel Financial Corp (NYSE:SF) said today it had agreed to buy UK-based stockbroking and investment banking firm Oriel Securities Ltd for an undisclosed amount.
This year the project was sponsored by new Knowsley-based property developer Oriel, which is part of the First Ark Group.
Why not also take the opportunity to enjoy a traditional Christmas Turkey lunch at Oriel Restaurant - PS6.95, 2 courses PS8.95 or 3 courses PS10.95.
Mae 'na amser ers i mi fod yn Efrog Newydd, 2006 dwi'n credu oedd hi ddwetha ar daith hefo'r canwr Jeb Loy Nichols ac am ychydig dyma ddechrau hiraethu, hiraethu am oriel o'r fath, neu ddiffyg oriel o'r fath yng Nghymru, am y cyfleoedd, am y bobl ddiddorol celfyddydol, am y bobl radical ac arbrofol, popeth 'da ni ddim yng Nghymru.
While Oriel's revenues and market footprint have been expanding, the company is committed to efficiently manage its cost base in the current conditions, a spokesman told Reuters, explaining the staff downsizing.
The newspaper said that Oriel could team up with Hoare Govett's management to acquire the business.
Standard Bank (JNB: SBK) has established a partnership with Oriel Securities, an independent corporate and institutional stock-broking firm, according to a report by the Banking Times.