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skeg

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(naval architecture)
An extension of the stern end of the keel, which in some cases passes under the propeller and supports the rudder post.
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That can increase contagion among a group of young people, and it can also make it difficult for health services to realise there's a cluster happening," Stuff.co.nz quoted Skegg as saying.
(4) Health and Disability Commission Act 1994 (NZ) s 57(1)(a)-(c); Skegg and Paterson, above n 2.
It will also interest those who, like Skeggs, are frustrated with post-structuralist analyses that jettison class as an important dimension of people's lives just as global capitalism and neo-liberalism combine to increase unemployment and poverty among women and men.
This argument becomes increasingly problematic when Bollmer discusses a confused idea of data-driven labor as a value-producing process online; as Skeggs and Yuill point out, "it is not the amount of time or quality of input (liking, sharing, etc.) that gives value to a person's data but how a person's connectivity relates to an aggregate value of advertising space" (p.
This edited collection is one of a number of books/articles which Helen Wood and Beverley Skeggs have published, separately and together, using research into television viewing to argue for the urgency of restoring class as a subject and a mode of analysis.(1) This collection, which draws on contributions from the US, Australia and post-socialist Europe as well as from the UK, does not present the findings of their own audience work but provides both a useful introduction to the research framework Wood and Skeggs propose and an extension of its application to other audiences.
Marie," Paul Skeggs, chair of the STRIVE executive, said in a news release.
Nigel Skeggs, managing director of Port Denarau, said that in 2012 a total of 680 yachts were berthed at the port in the Fijian resort town of Nadi, and further bookings have already been confirmed for 2013.
Former Stockton South MP Sir Ian Wrigglesworth, sports writer Harry Pearson, sociologist Professor Bev Skeggs, Stephen Purdham, CEO of digital music company We7, and Alan Davey, who was appointed chief executive of Arts Council England in 2007 will receive their honorary degrees later in the week.
Also receiving honorary degrees from Teesside in November will be Bill Scott, founder and chief executive of engineering company the Wilton Group, sociology professor Bev Skeggs, Arts Council chief executive Alan Davey, international development expert Lord Crisp and businessman Steven Purdham.
The answer to last Sunday's crossword (above) was Bregawn, and Jackie Skeggs of Nuneaton wins our Cheltenham Festival Guide.