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coracle

a small roundish boat made of waterproofed hides stretched over a wicker frame
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On the River Dee in North Wales, the coracle was a round shape and the master would sh from the coracle while his servant, up to the third button on his waistcoat in water, kept the coracle steady.
The Ironbridge Coracle Project promotes the culture and heritage of the craft of coracle-making in the Ironbridge Gorge and along the River Severn.
This included the tradition of coracle fishing which dates back to Roman times and which became a large part of Wales' heritage.
Tenders are invited for Supply of drag net, gill net, cast net and coracle for supply at different places in india
Scottish writer and poet, Kenneth Steven, will read poems from his published collections at 7.30pm including Island, Evensong and Coracle in the beautiful surroundings of the cathedral.
Shore-based shipping industry employees around the world feel slightly more positive about their employment prospects and are less likely to seek new positions in the near future according to this year's "Maritime Employee Survey" conducted by maritime recruiter Halcyon Recruitment and online training provider Coracle. Just over half (56%) of the 2,863 respondents indicated concern over job security, while only 28% said that they were considering a job change in the next 12 months.
It has become a showcase for skills including horse logging, coracle making, rope turning and bodging, along with firm favourites like birds of prey displays and archery.
EMILY Portman and her Coracle Band will be at Theatr Bryn Terfel, in Bangor's Pontio on Friday, December 2, in a concert that starts at 8pm.
What we're talking about here is the coracle. A small boat - more likely oval than circular - made of wood, lath and leather and weighing not much more than 30 pounds.
McConnell must have taken the official coracle because the grand total for his travel bill was just PS131.20.
Now, however, a new book claims that Noah's Ark was a round coracle and looked very different from its traditional image.