taffrail


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the railing around the stern of a ship

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Walking to the taffrail, I was in time to make out, on the very edge of a darkness thrown by a towering black mass like the very gateway of Erebus--yes, I was in time to catch an evanescent glimpse of my white hat left be- hind to mark the spot where the secret sharer of my cabin and of my thoughts, as though he were my second self, had lowered himself into the water to take his punishment: a free man, a proud swimmer striking out for a new destiny.
There is a Scotrail, maybe a Taffrail, but our system demonstrates how our land is run.
Isaiah, Ezra, their lamentations, insufficient o in the madness, and me with my tall can of iced beer leaning at the railing outside my door, like at the taffrail of a ship, but instead of the big turbines thrumming on blackoil, now only the small throats of the air conditioners gagging and moaning.
Walking to the taffrail, I was in time to make out, on the very edge of darkness thrown by a towering black mass like the very gateway of Erebus--yes, I was in time to catch an evanescent glimpse of my white hat left behind to mark the spot where the secret sharer of my cabin and of my thoughts, as though he were my second self, had lowered himself into the water to take his punishment: a free man, a proud swimmer striking out for a new destiny.
ATLANTA & TOKYO -- The Taffrail Group today announced the appointment of Bill Holden as Executive Vice President and Senior Advisor.
Ridden by Josh Gifford, he led before halfway and held on by a short head from odds-on favourite Taffrail.
And, some of the details are simply delightful, such as the continuous wood taffrail running round the sides of the cabin," he added.
Some two years ago, the defendants, owners of the Taffrail Tavern ("Tavern"), issued these orders to their bartenders: You are instructed to observe the following .
Your article 'Shock and Oar' in the April issue makes the suggestion that the Mary Rose sank because moving her guns aft actually forced her taffrail under water.
The new recruit jumped up from the bow where the coxswain had directed him to sit, and waving his hat to his silent shipmates sorrowfully looking over at him from the taffrail, bade the lads a genial goodbye.
I stand at the taffrail and think to myself, taffrail, enjoying the union of a thing and its word.
In quiet moments I stood often at the taffrail and gazed, as into a cold fire, at the churned glass flowing from the stern day upon day for weeks, reflecting there upon the great size of the world and the smallness, brevity and loneliness of our place in it.
Walking to the taffrail, I was in time to make out, on the very edge of a darkness thrown by a towering black mass like the very gateway of Erebus--yes, I was in time to catch an evanescent glimpse of my white hat left behind to mark the spot where the secret sharer of my cabin and of my thoughts, as though he were my second self, had lowered himself into the water to take his punishment: a free man, a proud swimmer striking out for a new destiny.
Dunlop won with Taffrail last year and his five-year-old can come good again here.
Dunlop also saddles Taffrail and he too has a decent squeak if he can reproduce the form of two seasons ago which saw him win four of his seven starts.