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1. (of a colour) having a high degree of saturation or purity; being less saturated than a vivid colour but more so than a moderate colour; produced by a concentrated quantity of colouring agent
2. (of a wind, current, etc.) moving fast
3. (of a syllable) accented or stressed
4. (of certain acids and bases) producing high concentrations of hydrogen or hydroxide ions in aqueous solution
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John Edmunds, of Arnold Street, Mountain Ash, was playing with friends in the former National Coal Board wages offices when the strongroom door slammed on him.
The haul was found in a former Cardiff solicitors' strongroom and is now in the hands of Jonathan David Jewellers in the city-centre Morgan Arcade, who occupy the premises.
A CROOKED cop who stole drugs and PS200,000 in cash from a polcie strongroom was cleared of plying vice girls with cocaine yesterday.
Strongroom tours will take place every 30 minutes on Saturday, from 11am until 3pm.
In Rex Ingram's film, a monstrous personification of gold claws at the old miser before burying him under the contents of his strongroom.
There are a number of interesting Bryanston noirs, but I am going to concentrate on just three here: Peter Maxwell's fascinating thriller Dilemma (1962), Pat Jackson's cautionary tale Don't Talk to Strange Men (1962), and perhaps the most accomplished of the lot, Vernon Sewell's Strongroom (1962), a bank robbery caper film in which everything goes wrong.
Robbins agreed to play and sing with the group, and during a two-day break on the tour Wilner took the ensemble into London's Strongroom Music Studios to record Robbins' songs.
Pictured studying the Corporation's books in 1953 are (from left) assistant solicitor Mr E Twentyman, who conducted many Borough Court prosecutions; (TmcHUD121010-KE21076) * THE WRITTEN WORD: Mr C S Harker and Mr G Pollitt were two of the committee clerks whose duty was to dig out from the strongroom in the basement of the Town Hall documents and deeds relating to the corporation's activities.
On both sides are two bars which are divided by a strongroom, and a restaurant on the south side.
A bank strongroom in the basement helps to support the weight of the building.
Admittedly, I still saw more of Larry's path from my Carlton lounge-room floor than did my parents as they lived through it, cut off as they were from the power of television, cowering in a flea-infested strongroom in their next-door neighbour's defunct dairy.
A strongroom, specially installed to hold the Crown Jewels, occupies a corner of the 24ft by 2 7ft sitting room.