Hugh Owen
Hugh Owen
Hugh Owen was a Welsh independent minister.
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Your Mail: Only a theory? - Alexandria Town Talk
Google News - over 5 years
Citing creationist Hugh Owen's examples of hummingbirds and caterpillars, Darwin's "Natural Selection" has been pole-axed. (Hummingbirds outdo helicopters in aerial performance, and caterpillars were designed to make the complete metamorphosis to
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Caernarfon actress Rhian Blythe goes back to school in S4C's Gwaith Cartref - Daily Post North Wales
Google News - over 5 years
She's a big believer in inspirational teachers – at Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen her's was English teacher Mr Prince. “I didn't want to do English lit but my mum persuaded me, and he brought it alive. he was such a great teacher.” In the past Rhian,
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Your Mail: Evolution debunked - Alexandria Town Talk
Google News - over 5 years
Regarding the letter from Peter Kastl concerning evolution: I would like him to know that in June of this year, Hugh Owen, director of the Kolbe Center for the Study of Creation, delivered an awe-inspiring presentation debunking the theory of evolution
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Liverpool migrants in the frame - 24dash (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Hugh Owen, Riverside's Director of Policy and Communications, said: “When we started out in 1928 as Liverpool Improved Houses, Liverpool was a city in decline, blighted by slums. Over the last nine decades we have been working hard to transform lives
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How the iPad is changing work, and working together - Network World
Google News - over 5 years
When Hugh Owen wakes up in the morning, the first thing he reaches for after the alarm clock is his iPad 2. Even before he gets out of bed, he's started reviewing the flock of corporate reports on yesterday's metrics and
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Felinheli singer makes national heats of competition - Caernarfon Herald
Google News - over 5 years
The 14-year-old Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen pupil wowed judges with her rendition of Christina Aguilera's Bound to You at Liverpool's Linear Hotel. She will return to the Merseyside city in November to compete in the regional heats. Catrin, who names Barbara
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Remembering when the Beatles came to Bangor - Holyhead and Anglesey Mail
Google News - over 5 years
In store for them and more than 300 other delegates would be a conference at what is now Bangor University's Hugh Owen building, with the superstars bunking down at the university's halls of residence. The Fab Four's arrival would cause a huge stir in
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阿伯里斯特威斯大学:浓郁的威尔士风土气息 - 中华网
Google News - over 5 years
早在19世纪50年代,由威尔士人Hugh Owen领导的一批爱国人士就开始组织筹划在威尔士创建威尔士大学学院,在当时这几乎是不可能实现的。但经过多方长期的努力,终于在1872年成功开启了阿伯里斯特威斯大学(http://www
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National Eisteddfod: Rhys' instinctive, crackling cynghanedd lights up the sky... - WalesOnline
Google News - over 5 years
He was known as “the bloke who wins the chairs” to the lollipop lady at the gates of Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen, Caernarfon, due to his success at school where he was taught cynghanedd by Dafydd Fôn Williams in the corridors at lunchtimes, but did not take
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iPads power productivity gains at MicroStrategy - Macworld
Google News - over 5 years
“In the past, all these would have to wait until I got back to my desk,” says Hugh Owen, director of mobile marketing at the company, who spends about half his time away from this desk. “Now all these specific requests are in my app and I can see them
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Ex-employee angry at treatment by cleaners - Caernarfon Herald
Google News - over 5 years
However, the former Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen pupil was shocked to be told that she was not allowed to speak Welsh during her assessment – and says she was even given a verbal reprimand for doing so. Pressure group Cymdeithas Yr Iaith (the Welsh language
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Van Asch takes out shoot - Marlborough Express
Google News - over 5 years
B grade Hugh Owen 45, James Simpson 43, Fletcher Kydd 42. C grade, Murray Tait 40, Paul Hedwig & Barry Tait 39. Double rise: A grade, Lloyd Owen 25, K van Asch & J Simpson 23. B grade, F Kydd 24, C Bason 20, H Owen 19. C grade, Jill Mead 14, B Tait 13
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MAX BRAND'S WESTERN RIDES ON
NYTimes - over 35 years
ALMOST 40 years after Frederick Schiller Faust was killed while covering World War II as a correspondent on the Italian front, two more of his books will be published Friday. It will bring to 201 the number of books of fiction by Faust, who wrote under more than a dozen pen names but is best known as Max Brand, author of the western classic
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  • 1700
    He died on 15 March 1700 and was survived by his wife, Martha, whom he had married in or before 1670.
    More Details Hide Details They had a son (John Owen, to whom Hugh Owen left his books in Hebrew, Greek and Latin) and three daughters. Owen was buried in the churchyard at Llanegryn.
    John Owen himself died three months later on 27 June 1700.
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  • 1685
    In 1685, Owen became the minister of a congregation comprising Independents and Baptists at Ysgafell (near Newtown) in Montgomeryshire.
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  • 1675
    In 1675, he was ordained as a minister in the Independent church based at Wrexham.
    More Details Hide Details His grandson later stated that Owen had been imprisoned in Powis Castle by William Herbert, 1st Marquess of Powis, a Catholic, but that Lord Powis had treated Owen well, having been impressed by Owen's prayers, and invited him to return to Powis Castle every Christmas after his release.
  • 1672
    He obtained a license as a congregational teacher in 1672, working from his house in Llangegry in Merioneth.
    More Details Hide Details Later the same year, he was given licenses to preach in various locations in Merioneth (Bodwenni, Cynfal, Erwgoyel, Llanegryn, and Peniarth).
  • 1662
    Edmund Calamy recorded that Owen was a candidate for the ministry in August 1662 and that Owen, after travelling from Oxford to London, soon returned to Wales.
    More Details Hide Details Owen was an itinerant preacher in Merioneth, Caernarvonshire and Montgomeryshire.
  • 1660
    Owen (the great-grandson of John Lewis Owen, Member of Parliament for Merioneth in 1572) was educated at Jesus College, Oxford, matriculating in 1660.
    More Details Hide Details He left the university without taking a degree.
  • 1639
    Born in 1639.
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