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Nautical (of an anchor) no longer hooked into the bottom; hanging by its rode
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Available from: Wheels Aweigh, 17105 San Carlos Blvd, Ste A-6107, Ft Myers Beach, FL 33931; $11 (includes shipping).
It's anchors aweigh in this latest addition to a notable series of illustrated compendia of useful information.
Jerry was borrowed for the mostly live-action musical Anchors Aweigh, dancing with Gene Kelly in a scene that became a screen classic.
Easter sonnet: Fans and critics alike have been singing the praises of Brown, Derek Riordan, Garry O'Connor and Kevin Thomson; Mogga down: Boss Tony Mowbray looks on anxiously as Brown lies in agony during the 2-2 draw with Celtic last September; Aweigh the lad: Scott Brown reckoned he was too lightweight and that's why he landed in trouble because he was over compensating for his lack of strength
The show opened with a fast and furious version of Anchors Aweigh after which the spotlight was on the strings for David Rose's Holiday For Strings.
Back at MGM, he did another imaginative pas de deux with Jerry, the cartoon mouse, in Anchors Aweigh (1945) for an Oscar nomination.
The celebration continues with the newly-designed box set The Frank Sinatra & Gene Kelly Collection which features "the Crooner" and "the Hoofer" in such hit films as On the Town, Take Me Out To The Ballgame and Anchors Aweigh.
FUNNYMAN Adrian Edmondson has battened down the hatches and cast anchors aweigh for his ITV series, which calls into Liverpool this week.
The EP will also include other top Club Penguin songs like " Ghosts Just Wanna Dance" and " Anchors Aweigh," as well as the new track, "Puffle Party (Gotta Have a Wingman).
The actress, whose beauty and lilting soprano brightened MGM musicals of the 1940s and 1950s including Anchors Aweigh, Show Boat, The Desert Song and Kiss Me Kate, died of natural causes at her Los Angeles home, said the actress's long-time companion and secretary Sally Sherman.
She rote, Hairy went aweigh oversees, butt dyed in Grease.
Organisers of an annual celebration of culture and heritage will declare anchors aweigh today as the event kicks off with a maritime theme.