Rhys Southan pens a crushing essay against the idea humans should extend the Golden Rule to animals.
You, Rhys, have made a wise choice, I would rather have Gwenfan for my daughter than a princess of the royal blood.
Professor Rhys records one of these stories in Y Cymmrodor, vol.
He seemed to comprehend that Rhys had made a jest of him, and no one is more sensitive to ridicule than a child of tender years.
Such a funeral, Mrs. Rhys, she snapped, is an honour to Rhyd Ddu!
She, however, did not care to leave the girl as her own deputy with Rhys at home to come and go at will.
And we will arrange that Rhys and your sister shall also be p. 218united on the occasion.
For fuller information about this mysterious fish, see Rhys, Hibbert Lectures, pp. 553-54.
This was a contest between Dafydd and his rival bard, Rhys Meigan.
Llewellyn could hear nothing, and began to remonstrate; but away sprang Rhys, and he called after him in vain.