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Refers to details about price including the bid and offer. See: Handle
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The da Cunha exhibit opened in July, shortly after the Figurehead and Biscuit pieces shipped.
Back in Damascus, after his father's death, he was not much more than a figurehead president.
The purpose was both decorative and informative when many people could not read and the figurehead was used to identify the vessel.
The figurehead was donated to the Sea Cadets, through the Old Boys of Wellesley Nautical School, by the Figurehead's owners; the Trustees of Wellesley.
Joanna working at Figurehead Assessment at Blew Room, Cardiff
But when the figurehead is taken down to undergo much-needed restoration, Vicki sneaks into the attic where it is being stored and makes an amazing discovery: there appears to be a photograph embedded inside the hollow head, of a man hanging on a ship.
FRANK PARSONS, Bedworth's best-known old soldier, may not be fit enough to take his place as the proud figurehead of the town's annual Armistice Day parade.
But Parks, an active member of the NAACP, decided to do the unimaginable, and later that evening agreed to become both the plaintiff in an anti-segregation case that would unleash a wave of death threats against her and the figurehead of a year-long boycott that would end bus segregation in Montgomery and throughout the South.
The founder and figurehead of Greater Sudbury's biggest residential developer, Dalron boss Ron Arnold, gives some insight into his success on Page 6, and chain restaurant baron Mark Torchia illustrates how to make a "fast" buck on page 7.
I really wasn't ready to retire," she says, "But I love the job just too much to stay here as a figurehead.
More accessible than the moody, undiplomatic, media-shy Kudelka, the glamorous Kain has proved herself tough and resourceful, and would be much more than a figurehead.