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Once you're inside, though, that fades into insignificance thanks to the smart red brick walls and chalk boards of the ground floor as well as the pretty canvas prints and comfy-looking low leather chairs at the handful of tables.
Following a decade largely dominated by Dutch coaches - Guus Hiddink led them to the semis in 2002, Dick Advocaat couldn't get them out of the group stage four years later, and the reigns of Jo Bonfrere and Pim Verbeek were brief and fruitless - the Taeguk Warriors have handed the chalk board to Jung-Moo Huh for a third time.
When a customer buys half a bottle, the availability of the two glasses from that bottle are noted in grease pencil on a mirror in the 30-seat bar and on a chalk board in the 35-seat dining room.
The show opens with Maslamani as a child, standing at a chalk board and practicing her alphabet to a well-known educational rhyme.
With just one baggage scanner and a flight schedule hand-written on a white chalk board, it is a poor substitute for Suvarnabhumi, and its tiny check-in hall, built for 14 flights a day, is bursting at the seams.
And so Katie trudges up the stairs to the office where Paul put cork board and a chalk board on the closet doors to record her musings and dreams.
At the end of the 2003-2004 school year, he wrote a grant that allowed for the purchase of a new Smart Board (an interactive board that acts as a chalk board, overhead projector and computer) and a digital projector for the school lab.
For this weekend's event, he won't know his subject until he sits down with his chalk board erasers, Dustbuster and tray of chalks of all colors, each carefully separated in advance by his 16-year-old daughter, Amber.
I just went back to the chalk board and rubbed our back--row out.
Rounding out the NIE package is a continuing Friday feature, Chalk Board, which presents stories submitted by area children.
Adults function in a supportive role in the organization, primarily through membership on the Chalk Board -- so called because the group's 9-year-old founder couldn't remember advisory board.
Faculty, staff and students at the University of Saskatchewan campus were in a state of shock and disbelief when it was discovered that a swastika, a symbol used by Nazis and white supremacist groups, and the words "white power" had been written on a chalk board in the Aboriginal students' lounge.
Long lists of subject matter - houses, birds, seasonal scenes, fish, people, portraits, pure design - were written on the chalk board.
We're going to attach a chalk board on the outside of the tanks to let people know when it was last filled and how many pints are left.
It's illustrated with more than 1,000 colour photographs >Chalk up some gardening reminders on this quirky Slate Welly Boot Chalk Board with a rope handle from the RHS, a must for the shed or outhouse, PS9.