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What does Caerphilly mean?

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However, he says he has no intention of standing aside as Labour's candidate for Caerphilly at May's Welsh assembly election.
For some cheeses such as Lancashire, Cheshire, Caerphilly, etc., there are huge differences between the farmhouse and industrial versions.
Cheddar has to be kept for a long time before it matures, whereas Caerphilly ripens in 10 days.
Whether it was nerves, inexperience or a bit of both, Caerphilly lost their heads and lost control of the game.
We believe we were first indebted for it, to the old dame who entertained us nearly forty years since in the Caerphilly Cottage.
Caerphilly is a moist, whole-milk cheese with a crumbly, softish texture and a mild, acid tang, which was a favourite of Welsh miners.

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