A brief glimpse into the past

After this Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 game. I’ve got a T20 Blast game between Leicestershire and Warwickshire to get through . I’m going to be knackered by 10 o’clock



Come on Turkey I’m welsh but I don’t want Wales to win at a gay sport



Glamorgan v Kent in the T20 in Cardiff started at 5pm. I’m sure there is some logic in that with the Wales v Turkey game also starting at 5pm but struggling to see where



I’m watching Turkey vs Wales with Steve Wilson & Lily Savage commentating.



I’m streaming free live Euro 2020 game Turkey VS Wales on my Kast channel :



I’m streaming free live Euro 2020 game Turkey VS Wales on my Kast channel :



Looking forward to this Turkey v Wales match. I’m going for a Wales win. What do you think the result will be? #TURWAL #tur #wal



Turkey v Wales next I’m routing for Wales even though I’ve been to Turkey three times and I’ve only been to Wales twice One thing is for sure that Turkish stadium looks fantastic



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List of Dungeons & Dragons deities

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Jaziri

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Gainford, County Durham
Gainford, County Durham

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Gail Fisher
Gail Fisher

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Gaisford Prize
Gaisford Prize

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Gainful employment

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Gail F. Goodman

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Gain-field encoding

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Gaiola Island
Gaiola Island

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Gail Fine

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Gail F. Burrill

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Gai-As Formation
Gai-As Formation

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