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Pole

A unit of area equivalent to 1/320th of one square mile.
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The workmen in Poles Apart are pitched against the kind of people who say they want to love 'the man in the street' - what happens, then, when they are difficult to love?
I agree with James A Barry (Viewpoints Thursday, August 31) that politics and principles are poles apart.
Blyth Valley MP Ronnie Campbell says it would be "completely pointless" for him to meet the county's chief fire officer Brian Hesler, as they are poles apart on the controversial, pounds 10m reforms.
But when it comes to differing views, I'm told Brian Flynn and his predecessors as Swansea City manager, Nick Cusack, are poles apart.
Men and women are poles apart when it comes to defining the perfect feminine form, the survey suggested.
Our understanding of the current interim proposals is that both sides are using a similar framework but are poles apart on a solution," Rogel said.
Their poles apart privilege was predictable but what was most evident wasn't the education plenty of cash can buy, but the confidence that comes with knowing you'll always be alright.
The two sisters are poles apart and can't stand each other.
Director Robert Sloan said: "About 20 per cent of the play is in Polish and the cast includes Monika Rozanski from BBC Coventry & Warwickshire Radio's Poles Apart as Lady Montague and young Polish lad Jakub Kaczmarek as Balthasar.
The sexy adaptation, as apparent from the trailer, is poles apart from the original film, which followed the hilarious trio as they told jokes and got themselves into sticky situations, the Daily mail reported.
THE consultation for the controversial Local Development Framework has come to an end with both sides still poles apart.
However, Taunton and Market Rasen are poles apart from Towcester's configurations and the final hill will make this more like a 2m4f race.