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shoreside

[′shȯr‚sīd]
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The online advert on property website RightMove says: "The location on Birkdale's shoreside is within walking distance of Royal Birkdale Golf Course and in close proximity to other prestigious courses with the railway station at Hillside on the Southport to Liverpool commuter line, there is also a direct rail link to Manchester.
The section flowing between the GT Main Tank Farm and the GT Logistics Shoreside Tank Farm will be 4.
Blue Harvest now owns 15 scallop vessels and operates shoreside facilities in Newport News, Virginia and New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Denim also features with shirts, skirts and dresses teamed with pretty girl frills Shoreside glitz and glamour is provided with a cool bikini set
They wear full suits across the whole body, shoe covers and masks as long as shoreside people are on board.
Over nine days from June 21 to 29, the Baltic Sea port festival is expected to attract around three million visitors, guaranteeing some high volume exposure for the Omani boat which will be supported by a special shoreside exhibition to promote Oman as a premium tourist and sailing destination.
Shoreside Petroleum announces the opening of its latest Essential One station in Wasilla.
Many of Kate's items that she sells under the name Shoreside Chic are all locally handmade in Portland, ME or are vintage one of a kind pieces, not something you would typically find in the big box chain stores.
NYK Line became the first Japanese shipping company to make use of the Port of Oakland's shoreside electric power supply when the containership NYK Apollo was directly connected to the port's unit on October 22, 2012.
The event starts today with a week of races and family activities planned on the river and shoreside.
Gemma and Kelsey are part of the Beach teams for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, which means they play a crucial role in the launching and recovery of the boats before and after racing as well as assisting all the sailors shoreside.
They sail aboard government-contracted vessels of the US Navy's Military Sealift Command and the Maritime Administration's Ready Reserve Force, on tugs and ferry fleets, and in various capacities in shoreside support industries.