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crow's nest

[′krōz ‚nest]
(engineering)
An elevated passageway for personnel located at the top of a derrick, refinery, or similar installation.
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The former was detailed to capture the Crow's Nest, the latter the chateau and surrounding woods.
2 moved forward to the section of Cemetery Avenue due west of the Crow's Nest and south of Unicorn Avenue.
GOOD BET: Etone students Leah Corbett, Rhiannon Samuel, Chloe Moultrie and Sophie Evans promote their fundraising race night, with (back, from left) Dean Painter, Joy Sanders and Paul Harris, from the Crow's Nest pub in Nuneaton
90, the first cash he saw since going into the Crow's Nest.
The Crow's Nest features award-winning food, spirits, live music and ocean views at the Santa Cruz Yacht Harbor, one of the most spectacular waterfront views in the bay.
The Britannia Park also has a nautical theme with a mini crow's nest and a ship's mast.
Turn It Down is still negotiating with Crow's Nest and Metal Haven, Massa said, adding that the group is hoping to organize Hoffman Estates residents to pressure Record Breakers.
REUNITED: Blackie is reunited with owner Paul Watson thanks to (from left) Polly Evans of Petsearch and Crow's Nest staff James Wilson, Sarah Baker and Paul Watson.
Morgan Stanley has been my investment home for three decades, and there has been no better crow's nest from which to view the world," Mr.
The dog has temporarily been offered shelter by kind-hearted pub landlady Sarah Baker, who found him tied up in the car park outside the Crow's Nest pub, in Crowhill Road.
The Crow's Nest, in Crowhill Road, Nuneaton, has managed to fill a jar which it had standing on the bar with loose change totting up to pounds 144.
Former pupil Sarra Grant is organising the reunion drink at the Crow's Nest pub, in Crow Hill Road, Nuneaton, on Saturday.