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skeg

[skeg]
(naval architecture)
An extension of the stern end of the keel, which in some cases passes under the propeller and supports the rudder post.
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4) Health and Disability Commission Act 1994 (NZ) s 57(1)(a)-(c); Skegg and Paterson, above n 2.
Two British sociologists, Bev Skeggs and Helen Wood, both deeply informed by media and cultural studies, are, like Sender, attracted to Foucauldian readings of the pedagogic forms of reality TV, but feel compelled to reject them in what they style "not a complete rewriting of the scripts of audience research but .
This edited collection is one of a number of books/articles which Helen Wood and Beverley Skeggs have published, separately and together, using research into television viewing to argue for the urgency of restoring class as a subject and a mode of analysis.
Skeggs said, 'We had 640 yachts and 42 super yachts that visited the marina last year and that is about the best year in terms of super yachts arriving in Fiji.
Also receiving honorary degrees from Teesside in November will be Bill Scott, founder and chief executive of engineering company the Wilton Group, sociology professor Bev Skeggs, Arts Council chief executive Alan Davey, international development expert Lord Crisp and businessman Steven Purdham.
The answer to last Sunday's crossword (above) was Bregawn, and Jackie Skeggs of Nuneaton wins our Cheltenham Festival Guide.
CREW: P Childs (4), R Balding (3), S Hartley (5), B Skeggs (2), J Alp (5), D Armstrong (1), A Stock (1), A Shand (1),
Graham Skeggs, of Alcohol Concern, said: "This demonstrates how the availability of cider and beer at extremely low prices leads some young people to drink so excessively that anti-social behaviour and violence are inevitable.
Probationer WPc Helen Skeggs was preparing for her beat patrolling Hampstead's streets on July 7 2005 as terrorist Jermaine Lindsay detonated a rucksack full of explosives on the Piccadilly line between King's Cross and Russell Square.
Edward Skeggs had hoped the consignment of almost a kilo of cocaine would sink without trace, but it floated.
Although the classes of horses, cattle and sheep did not seem to mind the soggy and muddy conditions, the musical line-up including the Amington Band and Tony Skeggs was forced to vacate the Village Green area and take sanctuary inside the horticultural marquee.
Oliver Skeggs, 17, of Velyn Avenue, Chichester, was given an indeterminate sentence with a minimum 13 years after being convicted of attempted murder and admitting an attack seven days earlier when a wheelchair-bound man was robbed.