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knap

[nap]
(mining engineering)
To break rock.
To improve the grade of ore by removing low-grade material manually by using a hammer.
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The master bedroom has built-in wardrobes, an en-suite shower room and, again, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking The Knap and the west of Barry, while a second double bedroom and a family bathroom can also be found at the apartment.
The fishing limits are from the slipway at Knap Point to the steps at Fontygary caravan park.
Concerns have been raised about brambles growing at the Roman ruins at The Knap, in Barry
The WFSA East Region Shore League comes to an end at Cold Knap and Porthkerry on Sunday with a competition from 12.
He splashed the fuel from a jerry can all over Piotr Knap, drenching him, then set off fireworks as the terrified victim watched, shaking, from a window.
Major organization : PARTNER KRZYSZTOF KNAP SPLKA JAWNA
THE beaches from the left hand of Cold Knap to the right hand of Porthkerry will be busy on Sunday as the Dow Corning SAC Charity Open Competition takes place from 2pm to 6pm.
Rose Gimblett and her husband, Cledwyn, worked tirelessly for many years to give holiday-makers a wonderful time at the Knap in Barry.
THE Seamaster points hunt is on again on Sunday, November 8 when the top 20 anglers in the Dow Corning SAC Charity Open Competition at Cold Knap and Porthkerry collect points towards the 2016 title.
Now parents John and Gaynor Taylor want to redesign and upgrade the skate park in the Knap area of Barry, where Richard honed the skills which made him a champion at the age of 15.
There are Seamaster points waiting for the top 20 anglers in the Dow Corning SAC Charity Open Competition at Cold Knap and Porthkerry on Sunday, November 1.
Its former Knap Lido was demolished in March after it stood derelict since 1997.