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Boathouse

A structure for storing boats when not in use; generally built at the water’s edge or partly over water and sometimes including provisions for social activities.

boathouse

A structure for storing boats when not in use; generally built at the water’s edge, often partly over the water; sometimes has provisions for social activities.
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This is Boat House, a group exercise being marketed as the hippest athletic activity since Spinning, a trademarked indoor cycling program.
Boat House should order about 2 million dollars of Warlocks for New York and Florida this model season," states Ed Fleming, President, Boathouse.
If he is ordered to do so he will face a bill similar to the pounds 250,000 it cost the local authority to stabilise the cliff face above the Boat House.
His refurbished Laugharne Boat House home is also due to reopen today.
The Boat House was rented and rudimentary when Dylan Thomas and his pregnant wife Caitlin and their two elder children moved into the early 19th-century building overlooking the Taf estuary at Laugharne in May 1949.
The judges said that Darge had produced a highly-original, personal report on his impressions of Laugharne, the Boat House and the life and times of Dylan Thomas.
Eye-witnesses told of the moment that sparks from a blazing cannonball shot from the world's largest working siege machine landed on the thatched roof of the boat house on Friday.
Luckily the boat house was empty at the time of the incident.
It all happens at Boat House Marine at Trilakes located at 3976 state Route 14 in Rootstown.
Starting near Scotswood Bridge, the boats will row past Newburn Riverside Business Park and Stella, competing in challenging conditions that include narrow bends, a congested course and tidal conditions, up to the finishing line just past the club's official boat house at Newburn.
The girls from the posh uni's rowing club - aged 18 to 21 - can be seen frolicking in their boat house on the River Avon in Barford.
There had been a family rift - but that night the Pearsons wrongly believed he had been responsible for smashing up the family pub, The Boat House at Rhos on Sea.