middle post

middle post

1. A king post. 2. A lock rail.
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An incident in which the middle post of a set of rugby posts fell onto a primary school pupil's head saw payments spiralling above PS20,000, while the same authority also paid out more than PS8,000 after a fire extinguisher fell on a child's head.
At the middle post look for the attached arrows and turn right across the open field.
He also said he wanted a middle post for Favorite Trick, who lost for the first time in 10 starts when he finished third in the Arkansas Derby on April 11.
The framework of massive white pine corner posts and tamarack middle posts was erected in the spring of 2008, giving the high school construction class a perfect opportunity to learn the art of timber framing and alternative construction.
SCORING Goal (six points) - under the crossbar and between the middle posts.
Over (three points) - over the crossbar and between the middle posts.
Albarado likely will try to tuck in behind speed horses from the middle posts (Hard Spun, Teuflesberg, Nobiz Like Shobiz) and outside (Stormello) and hope for room to make his move on the turn into the stretch.
In 20-minute quarters, teams try to outscore each other, putting the ball through the middle posts for a six-point goal, whilst putting it through the side posts give a one-point behind.
With Bandini granted the first choice by a random draw earlier Wednesday, owner Michael Tabor eschewed horsemen's usual preference for middle posts and went for No.
The contentious issue is not 40 per cent, but salary of pounds 30,000, which compares unfavourably with the levels of pay in even lower middle posts in national and local government - and in our own National Assembly.