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sally

the lower part of a bell rope, where it is caught at handstroke, into which coloured wool is woven to make a grip

sally

A projection, as the end of a rafter beyond the notch which has been cut to fit over a horizontal beam.
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Monklands was a stronghold that allowed him to sally forth to Westminster and take on the Tories.
In 1973, the New York Radical Feminists Cabaret performed "Dear Sisters," an ode to women in history that concludes with a feminist call to action: "Oh Sisters Dear/ Dear Sisters Dear./ I implore you not to doubt, or wait, or fear./ Be united in our fight./ Sally forth for all our Rights./ Feminism is the Truth./ Oh Sisters Dear."
In a recent "Sally Forth" comic strip, Sally's middle school daughter Hilary asks herself, "Why do schools teach kids to pass tests instead of to actually acquire knowledge?
Head uplifted, sally forth To your errands south and north, Marching to the hidden joy of God's trombone.
Indeed a sally port in the wall existed where City Road is now; its purpose was for the city's young blades to venture out or sally forth looking for some aggro - again, not a lot of changes there!
"So, on this dreaded day, while the credulous cower we sally forth to indulge with gusto.
While I have watched, with perfect indifference, their processions pass from my vantage point up on our 16th floor office on Kasturba Gandhi Marg (Mint's office is very advantageously situated for such observations), the one arrival that made me sally forth from the airconditioned comfort of said office and rush in welcoming abandon into a slushy was Khandani Rajdhani, or simply Rajdhani, as it is better known.
Sally Forth, Hartlepool Council's Social Behaviour and Housing Manager, said: "Over the summer months we normally see an increase of underage drinking in public places and we are determined to stamp it out."
"I have put quite a bit of work in and if there is a secret, it's that you have to stick to things you know about and you truly love and not be a tart!" Man Lab, as its name suggests, sees May and a bunch of male volunteers gathering in an old warehouse to "sally forth and relearn lost arts and practise things" including bomb disposal, duelling, carpentry and playing in an orchestra.
So the reader learns about schools that bring students into nearby woods, as well as about inner-city schools where students sally forth to assess the quality of life in their neighborhood and press city officials for improvements.
Roger Charlton, trainer of Sally Forth "She appreciated the step up in trip at Southwell, but this will be a different surface.
In medieval times it was from this gateway that defenders of Newcastle would sally forth against the enemy.