bargee


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Synonyms for bargee

someone who operates a barge

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Similarly truncated too is the restoration of 'normality' for the community, which in the theatre is the last of the stage set-pieces involving the Bargee (whose role throughout the television version has been minimised) handing out free beer, the gradual take-up of a mindless, repetitive song and the symbolic joining together of the Mayor, the Parson, the Constable and the colliers (although not their leader, Walsh) dancing in a circle that is also, as the stage directions describes it, 'a chain'.
Needless to say, the sailors were very pleased to see them and would throw the bargee coins and notes.
But this week things take an even more dramatic turn when he breaks into the Masood residence in a last-ditch attempt to find out how much Zainab has bid for the Argee Bargee.
T]here is no general rule to determine when the absence of a bargee or other attendant will make the owner of the barge liable for injuries to other vessels if she breaks away from her moorings.
Analogously, having a bargee on duty could have prevented the unmooring of the ship in United States v.
Carroll Towing was an appeal of a lower court's determination that (1) the owner of the Anna C, the Conners Company, may recover the costs of damages from the owner and charterer of the tug that caused the barge to break loose; (36) and (2) the Conners Company's recovery should not be diminished on account of its alleged failure to have the bargee on board at the time the barge broke loose.
Early in the journey, marginality is romanticized through reflections on the life of a bargee seen on the Willebroek Canal:
The issue in the case is whether the owner of a barge is careless in failing to have a bargee present on a ship to guard against the ship's slipping its moorings and damaging others' property.
In the former case, Judge Hand could find no community standard applicable to the bargee, so he applied his own cost-benefit test, as embodied in the "Hand Rule.
She has already written articles on bargee families and now she has been appointed by the Canal and River Trust as its first honorary research fellow.
Eastenders BBC One Wales The Masoods' house becomes the scene of Ian's last-ditch attempt to find out how much Zainab has bid for the Argee Bargee.
EASTENDERS (BBC1) Ian breaks into the Masood residence in a last-ditch attempt to find out how much Zainab has bid for the Argee Bargee.
She discovers him hiding under the stairs at the Masood residence, where he has been trying to find out how much Zainab has bid for the Argee Bargee.
One bargee told the Mail: "We would love the 'Floating Police' to be here permanently, not just for the Conservative Party Conference.