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a short straight stick of wood

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Stob also points out: "In today's economy, finding new and innovative ways to advertise your message to gain the competitive edge is crucial in maintaining and growing market share.
About halfway to the point where the bull had stood, I noticed a stob sticking up off a log.
Heritage Consolidation, based at Greenhead in Northumberland, has also worked on Rowan Tree Stob bastle near Allendale, Blenkinsopp Castle in Northumberland and Scaleby Castle near Carlisle.
Ryan Holmes Puppy Cup: 5-2 Honey Trampas, 3 Droopys Kentucky, 5 Magna Vogue, 11-2 Farley Blitz, 8 Droopys Power, 10 Magna Chuckle, Speed Lee, 12 Looks N Money, 16 Droopys Ranger, Honey Impact, Munster Champ, 20 Luttons Chico, Stob The Lad, 25 Droopys Safina, Russanda Chief, 40 Ringtown Johnny, 66 Quernhow Stan, 100 Rockchase Costa.
Rowantree Stob, in the East Allen Valley near Allendale in Northumberland, is a scheduled ancient monument, parts of which date back to the 16th Century.
Max suffered only minor injuries when a cornice - a mass of snow that forms an overhang-gave way, plunging him more than 200 metres to the bottom of Stob Coire Sgreamhach in Scotland's Glencoe.
He and two pals had been near the top of Stob Corrie nan Lochan when they ran into trouble in the icy conditions.
We look forward to extending our product and capabilities to the Lycos InSite(TM) user base," said Jim Stob, CEO of Position Technologies.
He Shines in All That's Fair: Culture and Common Grace: The 2000 Stob Lectures.
The experienced climber was scaling the Stob Ghabhar near Bridge of Orchy on Friday when he stumbled and somersaulted out of control before the strap jammed.
Our team is very pleased with our new accommodations," says Jim Stob, Founder of Position Technologies.
Other centenary factoids include: The 13-hole course was |located on Yarm Back Lane, Coatham Stob, Eaglescliffe; The first professional was W |H Brownhill who was with the club from 1914 to 1915; Steel shafted clubs started to |be used from 1929; | In 1931 the Ladies' Section |was formed; In 1933 there was a memora-|ble visit from Walter Hagen - one of golf's all time greats - to the club; 1939-45 The club was PS2,500 |in debt and 7 holes were lost on the course due to a war-time "ploughing up" order being served.
Mr Close-Ash was called into action after coming across the stricken walker at around 3pm on Saturday as he made his way up the Stob Coire nan Lochan mountain, in Glencoe, Scotland.