The Glaciere project aims to keep disadvantaged children sailing close to the wind
on the straight and narrow.
In the 1993 report, an officer notes that Hamilton "has undoubtedly sailed very close to the wind
for many years".
The spunky Scotsman, one of that rare breed of broadcasters who flies close to the wind
in live transmissions, welcomes Martin O'Neill into his lair.
We will continue to support local communities close to the wind
farm through our Community Benefit Fund.
Consultant Dr Fiona Wisniacki told him they were already "sailing close to the wind
every day" in the unit built to cope with 20,000 emergency admissions a year but now dealing with 50,000.
This club is sailing very close to the wind
in terms of ceasing to exist.
Blues have been sailing close to the wind
with the strikers they've got and this could rebound on them.
Judge Beatrice Bolton warned him: "You are sailing pretty close to the wind
Although Gae was sailing rather close to the wind
when he first called the highlystrung makeup girl `piggy', he wasn't to know that Tania takes a bit of harmless ribbing about as well as water turns into wine.