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Quay

A landing place or pier, usually of solid construction, where vessels berth to load or unload cargo.

Quay

A place where ships may dock in order to load and unload cargo. It is also called a wharf.
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Plans for the pool will be shared at a public meeting at Connah's Quay Civic Hall on November 3, at 7.
There is a real shortage of accommodation of this nature in Blyth and The Commissioners Quay Inn will fulfil this current gap in the market.
She added: "The association is urging everyone to support Bill Quay Community Farm's emergency appeal and help to ensure our very special animals con-tinue to receive care and that the project continues for the good of the wider community.
Post a photo of yourself and someone you love (husband/wife, girlfriend/boyfriend, best friend, child, dog - whoever gets your heart aflutter), taken somewhere in Mermaid Quay on Mermaid Quay's Facebook page, or Tweet @MermaidQuay with #LOVEMQ to be in with a chance of winning a romantic dinner for two at San Martino.
Its author is Roger Bryan, a Fleet Street journalist now living in the area, who has already written history books on New Quay and Aberaeron.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mohd Najib Tun Razak unveiled the masterplan and also marked the ground-breaking of The Burau Langkawi, a luxury deluxe resort that marks the first phase of Perdana Quay, in the presence of Dr Mahathir Mohamad, former Prime Minister, Mukhriz Mahathir, the Chief Minister of Kedah state; and Alabbar.
Perdana Quay is the island's first-ever integrated leisure, retail, residential and commercial development, targeted at luxury travellers seeking an ecological and nature-oriented option to more conventional destinations like Phuket and Bali.
ships floating forces and loads on the ship and quay wall mooring equipment;
Champions Connah's Quay welcome back skipper Craig Jones for tonight's game, WRITES MIKE MCEVOY.
Key words: quay crane, exploitation, container terminal
This contract calls for the construction of a 1,200-metre quay wall, with an alongside water depth of 12 metres, designed for the berthing of vessels up to 300,000dwt, as well as a 180 metre return quay for the repair of vessels up to 40,000dwt.
This contract calls for the construction of a 1,200-metre quay wall, with an alongside water depth of 12 metres, designed for the berthing of vessels up to 300,000 dwt, as well as a 180 metre return quay for the repair of vessels up to 40,000 dwt.