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Beneath

Used for listed equity securities. 1) Behind; 2) Lower in price.
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Victory ensured Bedwas were able to kickstart their Phase Two campaign after two opening losses, but the visitors were never truly tested in a tie that exposed Neath as being badly out of their depth.
The initial phase of the new-look Neath saw the construction of a modern 600-space multi-storey car park to replace the old one, together with a large Wilko store.
However, they were made to fight tooth and nail by a vastly-improved Neath side who led 12-0 at the break and were also level 18-18 with 10 minutes to play.
This victory put Neath in good heart for their Swalec Cup quarter-final at home to Pontypridd next Saturday, but it came at a cost as number eight Adam Powell, flanker Lee Evans and lock Euros Evans were all injured.
Early Neath dominance only reaped a penalty on 21 minutes by fly-half Lee Jarvis.
But Neath handed them plenty of scares along the way, starting early on with a Tristan Davies try.
Studies have verified that as little as a 1% change in price can generate a corresponding 11% increase in net earnings," said Martin Neath.
Neath Port Talbot councillor Jaime Evans said he was shocked to find the Welsh flag had been taken down off the pole in favour of the UK flag.
The town is bracing itself for a fit of the giggles this summer as 2015 sees the expansion of the Neath Comedy Festival into a multi-venue event which takes place throughout the whole of July.
Three first-half James Thomas penalties were ultimately enough for Neath to see off their Ospreylian rivals at a monsoon-like Talbot Athletic ground.
NEATH 15 CARDIFF 14 NEATH took over top spot in the Welsh Premiership but only by the skin of their teeth, thanks to a debatable late Dai Langdon penalty at The Gnoll.
LEICESTER are still looking for their first Heineken Cup win in Wales after plucky Neath held the holders to a draw at a packed Gnoll.