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shipway

[′ship‚wā]
(civil engineering)
The ways on which a ship is constructed.
The supports placed underneath a ship in dry dock.
(navigation)
A channel through which ships pass.
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Having formulated a club development plan as commodore, and been a sailing instructor for more than 20 years, Shipway is now the club's training principal, responsible for all aspects of planning and managing training.
Shipway's original warmed ether apparatus was relatively simple.
DTZ acted on behalf of the landlord, Raj Aggarwal Ltd and Bristol firm Bennetts acted for Smith Shipway. Alex Easton of DTZ's Office agency team in Cardiff said: "The offices are located within this popular suburb of Cardiff and offered high quality accommodation, air-conditioning and generous car parking.
Prescott Shipways death has raised Canada's death toll in the war-torn country to 97 since 2002.
Shipway maintains that he did everything he could to fulfil orders but the company, which later changed its name to WWV.Com Limited, went bust in May.
Mr Shipway was appointed to the post, which has a salary of between pounds 30,000 and pounds 35,000, two years ago after working in the regeneration department of Blackburn with Darwen Council in Lancashire.
Mr Shipway added: ``Some permanent staff will be allowed to leave on voluntary severance terms.''
Julie Gibbon, from Bardon Mill near Hexham, Quentin Mitchell from Whitley Bay, Mike Shipway from Cullercoats and Christine Hughes from Hartlepool were chosen by the RYA Honours and Awards Panel to receive RYA Lifetime Commitment Awards.
Peter Shipway emceed the event and interviewed CYCA members Gordon, Ingate, John Messenger and Bradshaw Kellett who recalled many stories and tales about the CYCA, sailing and much more throughout the decades.