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hawse

[hȯz]
(naval architecture)
The area in the bow of the ship where the hawsepipes are located.
The distance between the bow of a ship and the anchors.
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Beth Hawse, Chief Ranger of Interpretation and Environmental Education of Douthat State Park, Virginia, graduated from Mary Baldwin College at Staunton, Virginia in 1998 with a biology degree and began work with Douthat State Park as the park's seasonal interpreter.
For instance, Hawse helped coordinate a clean-up involving faculty and students from Prescott College in Arizona.
ZEON 8-S and ZEON 10-S feature WARN Spydura([R]) Synthetic rope and a polished aluminum hawse fairlead.
Over the course of the next twenty years, Mike, in the vernacular of the Merchant Marines, worked his way up the hawse pipe.
It will take us a few years but it's something that I think is desperately needed in the community,'' said Jim Hawse, president/owner of Sierra Toyota and Lancaster Mitsubishi and the fundraising campaign general chairman.
His body was found near the entrance to a field in Hawse Lane, St Brides Wentloog.
A man, 34, and a woman, 29, both from Newport, are being held in police custody following the discovery of Dorian Foxwell's body in Hawse Lane, in the St Brides area, near Cardiff, last month.
When a routine mammogram indicated an abnormality that could be breast cancer, Melvina Hawse of Cleveland learned that a breast biopsy was the only way to know for sure.
ProVantage 2500-S: 50' of 3/16" lightweight, easy-to-handle synthetic rope and attractive double powder-coated hawse fairlead.
Many businesses have little or no IT staff or datacenter infrastructure, so hawse have responded to these needs by developing our Desktop-as-a-Service offering," said Abou Moustafa, Vice President, Enterprise Managed Services & Solutions at du.
It has to be the most expensive glass of lemonade ever sold, but Jim Hawse says it was worth every sip.
The body of Mr Foxwell was found in Hawse Lane, St Brides Wentloog.