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a rhythmical work song originally sung by sailors

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UK, Charity Commission, Setting Up and Running a Chanty, online: < www.
It s what we call the introduction of applying for AOC, Chanty said.
The Fulton Mackay Suite - two bunk beds with an en suite chanty (Colin Graham).
Particularly ubiquitous of these performances was the sea shanty (also chanty, or chantey), which John Masefield describes as "an aid to labour" that "consists of a solo part sung by a leading seaman and a chorus sung by the rest of the watch" (56-7).
As the great American author and essayist Washington Irving said, "Christmas is a season for kindling the fire for hospitality in the hall, the genial flame of chanty in the heart.
The Institute is a 501(c)3 public chanty funded by federal grants and contracts, foundation grants, and private donations, including donations from breast cancer organizations.
Favourite Colour A blast of a song with powerhouse guitars and catchy hooks throughout and chanty vocals.
EATEL gives away $500 to a randomly selected customer and $500 to a local nonprofit organization or chanty of that customer's choosing.
50) In 1999, the Deputy Chief Labor Inspector, Hout Chanty, stated that no fines had been imposed for interfering with union organizing.
One friend, Chanty Holloway, wrote: "Just laid some flowers down.
St John's is a small but busy capital; some of the other towns maintain their prosperity; outside of the main centres, however, the local settlements are not well off, though there are schools founded through local chanty or by religious groups.
Love Tasha Tomo xx, Stacey, Colin and Chanty, and all the Tomo Family xxxxxxxx.
Other paintings by Charles which will be auctioned by Bonhams on Tuesday include A Sea Chanty at pounds 5,000, Waiting for the Tide at pounds 8,000, and Rowing Home at pounds 15,000.