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USKUnterhaltungssoftware Selbstkontrolle (German: Entertainment Software Self-Regulation Board)
USKUsinsk (Russia)
USKCusk
USKUndugu Society of Kenya
USKUrban Surf Kings (band)
USKUnofficial Soup Kitchen (website)
USKUniversal Studio Korea
USKUnterstüzungskommando (German: Supporting Unit; Bavarian Riot Police)
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Emergency crews were called to the River Usk, in Llangynidr, near Crickhowell, mid Wales, yesterday, amid reports a man had got into difficulty.
With the reserves set on all yearlings "according to how we value them", Usk Valley races only the horses "who the market don't want."
Brecon Beacons National Park's Howard Morgan is dwarfed by a giant hogweed on the River Usk
The South Welsh side sued to be reinstated but Judge John Weeks told the High Court in Bristol: "The umpire's decision is final." Usk Cricket Club was ordered to pay costs of up to pounds 10,000.
The Usk cricketers took the matter to the High Court in Bristol yesterday, arguing that they fall within the magazine's definition of a village, which is "a village shall be deemed to be a rural community surrounded on all sides by open country and consisting of not more than 3,000 inhabitants".
It was Skeat, in the notes to his 1897 edition of The Testament of Love, who first suggested that Usk borrowed from Langland.(3) He notes that the 'wexing tree' grows, as Usk's tutor Lady Love puts it, 'ful in thyne herte' (III.7.12-13), and this reminds him of the location of Langland's tree, in 'Cor-hominis' (XVIII.4).(4) Skeat also notes that Langland's tree is named 'Treweloue' (XVIII.9), as if this were proof that Usk found the passage suitable for his needs, since Usk's 'wexing tree' represents the conduct of a successful love affair.
Winner of Wales in Bloom for over thirty years, Usk has also won Britain in Bloom five times, and represented the UK in the European Entente Florale.
A DAIRY farmer from Usk has been officially confirmed as next year's Royal Welsh president.
Emergency crews were called to the River Usk, in Llangynidr, near Crickhowell, mid Wales, on Sunday, amid reports a man had got into difficulty.
Ammanford opted to have first knock at Usk and reached 219-8 with Richard Harris getting 73, Andrew Salter 46 and Allan Evans 35.