- yn wreiddiol
(1) The company was originally based in Edinburgh before moving to Biggar and then Symington.(2) I knew I would have to prove that I was still thinking originally , which is what everybody has to do to get research grants.(3) He was originally a teacher, and had taught science at night classes in York.(4) suggestions so originally and persuasively outlined(5) He added, however, that the study would not now begin in October, as originally planned.(6) By far the best bar in Barcelona, it's low-lit and very originally furnished, with a terrifically warm and friendly atmosphere.(7) Akita dogs were originally used in Japan to hunt bears and are among the largest and heaviest dogs in the world.(8) Born into a high-ranking family, Rubens had originally been lined up for a career as a lawyer.(9) The pictures were originally taken to promote a big new film, which never actually made it to a big new screen.(10) Many of these schools were originally set up as charities and it would seem inconsistent to change that.(11) They were originally going to play a couple of dates, but are now doing a tour of Scotland, playing as they go.(12) The garden was originally laid out in the 1740s as an ornamental flower and fruit garden.(13) The park was originally the site of Manningham Hall, home of the Lister family.(14) The new facility off Leeds Road was originally planned to be opened at the beginning of last year.(15) potatoes originally came from South America(16) I have yet to determine the name of the artist originally sited in the blog.
(1) originally planned :: a gynlluniwyd yn wreiddiol
2. to begin with ::
i ddechrau gyda
3. in the beginning ::
yn y dechrau
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