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a brace that extends from the rear of the keel to support the rudderpost

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Skegg, the lead researcher, said it was clear that social media could contribute towards copycat suicides among impressionable teenagers.
P D G Skegg and R Paterson, 'The Code of Patient Rights' in Skegg and Paterson, above n 1, 56.
In addition, Emily Skeggs won a Theatre World Award for her performance in the show.
Proud granddaughter Layla Skeggs said: "It looks like he is the longeststanding referee in the world.
CAST: Michael Cerveris, Judy Kuhn, Beth Malone, Sydney Lucas, Emily Skeggs, Roberta Colindrez, Zell Steele Morrow, Joel Perez, Oscar Williams
In her 1992 review of Willis' Learning to Labour, Beverly Skeggs argues that his political project leaves the reader with a romanticized, celebratory view of working-class 'lads' and that rhetorical devices like the use of "we" invite a commitment to the text without prior consideration of theory.
Bev Skeggs and Helen Wood, Reacting to Reality Television: Performance, Audience and Value,
Helen Wood and Beverley Skeggs (eds), Reality Television and Class, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
FRIDAY ||Tony Skeggs, a human jukebox who gets the room singing along.
Southern Discoveries GM John Robson said the decision to invest in the single-level catamaran was a significant one that reflected the entrepreneurial and forward thinking visions of the Queenstown-based Skeggs Group, owners of the company.
Marie," Paul Skeggs, chair of the STRIVE executive, said in a news release.
Nigel Skeggs, managing director of Port Denarau, said that in 2012 a total of 680 yachts were berthed at the port in the Fijian resort town of Nadi, and further bookings have already been confirmed for 2013.
According to Nigel Skeggs, managing director of Port Denarau Marina, Our company recognizes the importance of protecting the marine and natural environment in a way that makes good business sense.
Former Stockton South MP Sir Ian Wrigglesworth, sports writer Harry Pearson, sociologist Professor Bev Skeggs, Stephen Purdham, CEO of digital music company We7, and Alan Davey, who was appointed chief executive of Arts Council England in 2007 will receive their honorary degrees later in the week.