bench end

bench end

A terminal wood facing on a church pew, often decorative.
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Tenders are invited for Equipment For Checking Lateral Bench End Play As Per Specification Attached.
Visitors to Ynys Mn's Sant Pedr at Llanbedrgoch can find a mermaid carving on a 600-year-old bench end.
A night that started with Paul Pogba dominating the agenda after being named on the bench ended with United's goalkeeper grabbing the headlines thanks to a man-ofthe-match display in his homeland.
Elsewhere, Everton caretaker manager David Unsworth's first game on the bench ended in a 2-1 defeat by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
The prototype Gun Metal bench ended up in a Paris gallery, paving the way for limited-edition commissions and collaborations with leading galleries in London, Paris, and Milan.
But they wanted the two, century-old seats featuring cast-iron serpent bench ends to be refurbished and returned to the town.
The Kiwi lock was recalled in place of injured Ben Thomas for his first game in a Cov shirt since the end of September, and with restricted options off the bench ended up playing the full 80 minutes as the Blue and Whites held out defiantly to secure a 21-21 draw against the National League One leaders.
The United bench ended up winning the game, Wilson sealing victory in stoppage time.
"We were a bit better today and are moving towards the strategy we would like, and the superior fitness and quality coming off the bench ended on a good note.
Toe-screw the bench ends to the front of the bench, then drive two screws into the end of each slat (see Figure A).
The derby looked sure to fizzle out into a goalless draw, but the 18-year-old's enthusiasm after coming off the bench ended with Chris Sutton nabbing a last-minute winner.