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1. a sailing vessel, usually sloop-rigged, used in coasting and fishing along the British coast
2. a fishing vessel equipped with a well for keeping the catch alive
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You don't find many amusement parks smack bang in the middle of city, but the second oldest in the world, Tivoli, is a charming Danish institution.
Tyrone are smack bang in the middle of a transitional period and it is very hard to envisage them causing a shock on Sunday.
If you're in the middle of nowhere and smack bang in the middle of a monumental gearbox issue without reverse, here's a reasonably clever fix to get you moving again.
Skin Saviours UNLESS you're jetting off to the slopes or on a mid-winter escape, you're currently smack bang in the middle of the worst time of the year complexion-wise, when our sun-deprived skin is crying out for help.
THE NEIGHBOURHOOD It's smack bang inside Universal Orlando Resort, which means Universal Studios, Universal Islands of Adventure and Universal CityWalk are all close by, with buses running every 15 minutes, all the way until 2am.
Ivanisevic returns to the ATP Champions Tour event in Edinburgh on June 19 – smack bang in the middle of football's biggest showpiece in Brazil.
The film's opening sequence puts us smack bang in the middle of the action, with the return of familiar faces.
The model has been positioned smack bang in the big sedan category, targeting the 30- to 45-year buyer profile.
But far more scary than the animals are some of the humans who put themselves smack bang in the middle of the danger zone.
It has been planning for several years to try to recapture the hearts of young Australia by putting a six or eight-team Twenty20 competition smack bang in the middle of summer - Australia's version of the Indian Premier League.
WE'RE smack bang in the middle of festival season, so we've secured a fantastic tent and stool deal for all Sunday Mercury readers.