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thole

, tholepin
a wooden pin or one of a pair, set upright in the gunwales of a rowing boat to serve as a fulcrum in rowing

thole

1. Same as tholos.
2. A niche or recess in which votive offerings were made.
3. A knot or escutcheon at the apex of a timber vault.
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But when the female CEO knocks off, she has to rush home to cook, bath the kids and generally make sure all is well in the home," Thole notes.
Thole recommends adding movement, too, but he prefers using a jerk line like the Rig'Em Right jerk rig.
We challenged it because Thole was standing in the path.
US Bancorp Asset Management Inc revealed on Thursday that Eric Thole takes over as its president and chief executive officer (CEO) from 30 June 2014, succeeding the retiring Joseph Ulrey from US Bank.
Thole is born into this undesirable environment and grows up under threat with the result that his mother runs away after escaping several attempts on her life.
But today, we're hearing that a lot of items that are being funded are what we used to consider essentials but the money in the district budgets just isn't there," says Geva Thole, Executive Director of the La Crosse Public Education Foundation.
Thole Rotermund Kunsthandel, who specialise in 20th-century works on paper, will also be exhibiting a work by Feininger, 4-Mast-Bark Abraham Rydberg, a watercolour that reflects the artist's nautical interests.
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In this well-researched third volume about America's old World War II airfields, author Lou Thole again provides a nostalgic yet fact-filled tour of these once mighty bases.
But it was a democratic vote and Margo, I and all the others need to thole the result and get on with winning support for the SNP and independence.
Now, instead of thinking in terms of manufacturing individual fixtures, we manufacture parts and pieces that are interchangeable whether they're used in units that are sent out fully assembled or flat-packed RTA for assembly in the field," Thole said.