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quay

a wharf, typically one built parallel to the shoreline

quay

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(civil engineering)
A solid embankment or structure parallel to a waterway; used for loading and unloading ships.
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Aujourd'hui, les penalites de retards que les commanditaires du quai sont en droit de reclamer s'elevent a 800000 dirhams par jour.
Des policiers prennent un verre dans un pub irlandais situe sur l'autre rive de la Seine, quai des Grands-Augustins, juste en face du siege de la PJ.
Sous les vivats de la foule criant "Toulon Allez Allez", le bateau s'est avance jusqu'au quai.
The oldest of Bayonne's bodegas - cellars - is Ibaia at 45 Quai Jaureguiberry (00 33 5 59 59 86 66), where you'll find local wines and imaginative and reasonably-priced snacks.
Three randomized controlled trials have examined the use of Dong Quai for perimenopausal symptoms and menstrual migraine.
Verdict As ever, highly competitive, but an application of weight and ratings trends suggest the winner will come from just Opinion Poll, Quai D'Orsay and Polly's Mark.
The Pont des Arts and the Tuileries from the Quai Conti, by David Cox
A lecture explaining the details of the exhibition was presented last night by Branly Yves le Fur, who is curator and assistant director of the patrimony and collections department at the Musee du quai.
BUCKETS OF FUN: Quai Du Roi wins at Laytown yesterday, Bridget & Monique, right; SEA BREEZE: Quai Du Roi
These Paris sketches are among the most appealing of his works to modern sensibilities, and the watercolour purchased by the Yale Center, which shows the view looking east from the Quai de l'Ecole or Quai du Louvre towards the Pont Neuf, is perhaps the most accomplished and fully realised of the group.
Paris estrena su Museo del Quai de Branly, con flamante edificio diseno del famoso Jean Nouvel, para exhibir 3 mil 500 creaciones aborigenes ultraeuropeas.
President Chirac, a cultured man who would like to be remembered for something besides weak leadership and shady dealings, has improved on his predecessor's patchy record, with a single imposing edifice: the Musee du quai Branly.