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a heavy wooden pole (such as the trunk of a young fir) that is tossed as a test of strength (in the Highlands of northern Scotland)

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The Education Ministers of the States, CABE Members actively participated in the discussions.
Elsewhere in episode 9, Toby and Cabe teamed up to gather information about the former's dad's death.
Resta comentar lo que cabe considerar como ultimo eje, presente de principio a fin de las jornadas: el horizonte cultural del final de la Edad Media y los albores de la Modernidad.
CABE is the second design advisory group to criticise the plans following Birmingham City Council's conservation and heritage panel which described the tower as ''ridiculous''.
Cabe are quite right - the present proposals even without the further degradation being sought by English Heritage will not produce a "high quality scheme".
El mal de Alzehimer es el peor que cabe concebir porque destruye el sentido mismo de lo que es la naturaleza humana: la consciencia del yo, tal y como sabemos al menos que funciona en situaciones no patologicas.
CABE said new stores and mixed used developments by supermarkets were now creating large parts of our towns and cities and may be the only regeneration on offer in the foreseeable future.
CABE chiefs have criticised developments centred on supermarkets, claiming they threaten to leave once close-knit communities as "ghost towns".
In the case of Gateshead CABE officers have raised "significant concerns" about the long-term social, economic and environmental sustainability of the pounds 150m Trinity Square development, set to replace the scrapped Get Carter car park.
No obstante, cabe preguntarse cuanto de esa moda se debe a razones coyunturales y cuanto a fundamentales.
The survey for CABE, the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, which advises the Government on architecture, also found 44% of owners did not have enough space for small children to play in the kitchen while meals were being prepared.
DEADWOOD - Jack Darwin Cabe of Deadwood died May 27 of respiratory failure.
CABE says this anomaly is due to council accounting methods: many parks were common land or bequeathed, so were never 'bought' and have no original value.
Cabe also wants to see the "dignity" put back into public transport, a national programme to encourage homeowners tomake their houses more energy efficient and more neighbourhood-scale energy generation.
Cabe also wants to see the "dignity" put back into public transport, a national programme to encourage homeowners to make their houses more energy efficient and more neighbourhood-scale energy generation.