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inset

Geography a flowing in, as of the tide
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The announcement of a sixth inset day in the academic year, to prepare for the biggest change to our curriculum for a generation, is to be welcomed at a time when concern is mounting that schools may not be ready or funded well enough for the changes.
Strikers Daniel Kearns (inset) and Danny Morrissey need to prove their fitness.
I understood that inset days allowed the head teachers to bring all their staff together for training purposes?
Not surprisingly, the airport management team was keen to continue commercial and General Aviation (GA) operations on this runway, but using the standard inset runway edge light would not provide the omni-directional beam normally used by GA pilots as guidance when circling (automatically provided by elevated lights).
Inset "A" illustrates an external ground fault caused by a metal part wedged between a coil turn and one of the grounded magnetic yokes.
Inset left: Tyrer (front row) when a centre-forward for Dunlops in 1961.
Inset below, Rhys Thomas and Zoe Williams Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern, Holyhead Ysgol David Hughes, Menai Bridge, Year 11 leaving prom Ysgol Gyfun, Llangefni: Elliw Jones, Mirain Lewis, Emma Rowlands Ysgol y Moelwyn, Blaenau Ffestiniog | Ysgol Eirias, Colwyn Bay: Cerys McCormick, Cerys Moore, Keeley Wood, Samantha Kelley and Chloe Burke Ysgol Rhiwabon, Ruabon: the boys group.
ASTON VILLA Manager: Roberto Di Matteo (inset) Position last season: 20th (Prem Lg) Nickname: Villans Ground: Villa Park (42,660) Key man: Tommy Elphick Players In: Tommy Elphick, Pierluigi Gollini, Aaron Tshibola.
NASTY Begbie is back brandishing a blade and, inset, in the 1996 film