Firefighters from Benllech and Amlwch were called to a fire at the Fo'c'sle
Collection in Machine Street in Amlwch shortly before 1.
CUTLINE: (1) Betty Padden of The Wooden Apple Signmakers works on a dragon for the Fo'c'sle
, the oldest rural tavern in Nova Scotia.
Before I walked down to the fo'c'sle
to give my presentation, I made a quick pass through the ready room to gather any stragglers.
On the fo'c'sle
, our main armament, a four-inch naval gun encased in a heavy steel shield, took the initial brunt of the icing and became a solid block of ice.
He's busy knocking up a wheelchair access to the fo'c'sle
Scores of protective tiles were missing or hanging off the fo'c'sle
, exposing the rusting hull below.
He says our own Prince Philip's taste in jokes shows an extraordinary crassness 'more suited to the fo'c'sle
of a whaler than international goodwill tours', while George V and Queen Mary were terrible parents and 'it is quite conceivable that if they lived today and resided on a council estate rather than a royal one, their children would be taken into care'.
I was in the fo'c'sle
of a trawler and got entangled in the chain.
Listening to these hearsay tales in fo'c'sle
and master's cabin, Conrad grasped themes and patiently shaped and honed his technique as a novelist.
He ran to his post at a fire and rescue station on the fo'c'sle
The 75-word list also included head-scratchers like poetaster, rehoboam and fo'c'sle