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the galley or pantry of a small ship

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"The Cuddy family have been through a terrible ordeal which has lasted for almost four years.
He had assaulted a policewoman and been found with a weapon in the weeks before he travelled to Liverpool and killed Mr Cuddy.
Cuddy awaits his punishment, but he continues to impress on the field.
Although the name of the musical acknowledges Cuddy, there is no real stand-out character.
With a National Hurling League Division Two final against Antrim next Sunday, Cuddy will be an immense loss to Laois aspirations.
Now coaching at Cowbridge RFC, Davies lent his old club players for their Welsh Premiership clash with Llanelli last weekend, and has since been asked in a tweet from Neath Supporters Club to turn down any requests from Cuddy to assist him "in anything to do with Neath Rugby".
That ruling means Mr Cuddy currently remains in charge of Neath Rugby Limited, but in a new twist, he has today revealed he is ready to hand the club over to new investors.
Recorder Michael Smith handed Cuddy six months in prison, suspended for two years, and ordered him to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work.
Once every month, Cuddy's Pebble - a whopping 22 stone chunk of rock - was rolled out from its hiding place near Four Lane Ends on Kilton Lane near Brotton, East Cleveland.
Cuddy's Contract of the Year nomination centres on its role in demolishing the BP Llandarcy refinery in Neath to help pave theway for the 4,000-home Coed Darcy Urban Village, a project with the backing and input of the Prince ofWales.
Cuddy has extensive experience as both a tenant and owner representative and is considered especially knowledgeable about the City of White Plains market.
Castletown's Fergal Cuddy, a non-player, was also banned for two years.
One of 12 in the Cuddy in-hand champions line-up, Boy Blue, bred by Joey Elstob by Ninfield Millionaire and out of Walton Heavens Above, looked to be half way to victory before they even entered the ring.
WELSH breeds shone at the Horse of the Year Show, in Birmingham, where Rotherwood Take a Peep, owned by Mrs P Sowersby, of Cheshire, took champion in the Open Cuddy Supreme in-hand championship.
Cuddy's Miles, written by Arthur McKenzie and David Whitaker, with music by John Miles, celebrates an event that is etched forever in the history books.