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stob

A small post, as one of the uprights in fencing.
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CMS has not provided any of the market comparison data that insurers need to calculate transfers, Stob says.
Sometimes a little thing go and can be unlucky Mountaineering author Alan Rowan knows the aLAN area around Stob Coire nam Beith and believes the climbing conditions would have been challenging.
Indeed, it was one of those magical mornings--until an unseen stob changed the trajectory of my arrow.
Rowantree Stob, in the East Allen Valley near Allendale in Northumberland, is a scheduled ancient monument, parts of which date back to the 16th Century.
Max suffered only minor injuries when a cornice - a mass of snow that forms an overhang-gave way, plunging him more than 200 metres to the bottom of Stob Coire Sgreamhach in Scotland's Glencoe.
He and two pals had been near the top of Stob Corrie nan Lochan when they ran into trouble in the icy conditions.
He Shines in All That's Fair: Culture and Common Grace: The 2000 Stob Lectures.
The experienced climber was scaling the Stob Ghabhar near Bridge of Orchy on Friday when he stumbled and somersaulted out of control before the strap jammed.
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Our team is very pleased with our new accommodations," says Jim Stob, Founder of Position Technologies.