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kedge

Nautical
a light anchor, used esp for kedging

kedge

[kej]
(navigation)
To move, as a vessel, by carrying out an anchor, letting it go, and hauling the ship up to the anchor.
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the purpose of this framework agreement is to set up language training services for kedge bs in different ways.
It is part of Mr Kedge's long-term mission to share the fascinating geology of the stone with a wider audience and he has published a pamphlet and developed a glacial boulder walking trail.
Then safety rock by City few along place, pound, "Hopefully passers-by will be more likely to give it a second glance and stop and think." Roland Kedge
We would steam out to sea, turn, aim for the beach, drop the kedge anchor and hit the beach hard, drop the landing gear, wait three minutes, then back out at full speed, raising the ramp doors at the same time, using the kedge anchor to 'wind' the ship back into open water.
Down: 1 Breather; 2 Neo; 3 Wiped; 4 Allowed; 5 Oban; 6 They; 7 Cell; 11 Mate; 12 Drab; 13 Escorted; 15 Trident; 18 Kedge; 19 Toot; 20 Ages; 21 Cafe; 24 Tea.
There was even a Cardiff businesswoman Ali Kedge trying to blow her own trumpet for her company Warmahorn.
Dear Lord up above please protect the one we love, for he's the one we truly miss, so send our Kedge a gentle kiss from sisters Cath and Chris, brothers John, Thomas, Micheal, Danny, brother in law Brian, sistersinlaw Sonia and Faye, nieces Shell, Mel and Vicky, nephews Robert, Tommy, Christopher and James.
The organisation, which cares for sick children, was said to have landed amid allegations relating to payments made by WellChild to the husband of former chief executive Kedge Martin.
The last time Huddersfield won the title in 1975, they comprised David Hirst, Malcolm Mear, John Kedge, Geoff Brook and Stuart Sykes..
R Kedge, Luton, Beds WE hear Pound Shops are increasing their profits during this recession.
To "kedge," an epigraph to the poem explains, is "To warp a ship, or move it from one position to another by winding in a hawser attached to a small anchor dropped at some distance." In the genial and roundabout essay "Kedging in Kedging in Time," published in CR 52:2/3/4 and included as part of Kedging's sixth section, "The Back of the Book," Matthias describes his use of these prior texts (along with various memoirs, histories, and logbooks): they are "secure holds for the kedge-anchor of my reefed verbal craft." This is a bit too diffident, I fear; it gives the impression of the poem as an unwieldy, engineless hulk being dragged from one extra-textual anchor-point to the next.
This September we will be introducing our solution, WellChild Online, where parents and children can research their health concerns using the internet, or by emailing or calling for help via our Helpline, which is staffed by fully qualified nurses," said Kedge Martin, CEO of WellChild.