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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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Cardiff Metropolitan University has identified Central Quay as its preferred location for its School of Technologies, which aims to have 2,000 new students by 2023.
I saw black smoke everywhere when I got off my train at Circular Quay.
Today, the Hebburn and Bill Quay side of the Tyne is home to the grassy, path-lined Riverdside Park and new private housing estates.
The 42-year-old said: "At any moment there can be more than 250 passengers on boats in New Quay and the largest boat takes 69 people.
His sentiments are echoed by Clifford Anderson, 52, whose family have been running the Quay Tap House on Bell Street for seven years.
Accurate and exact investigation methods of the real quay wall situation can assist to safe longer use of quay walls and decrease their maintenance costs and renovation investments.
The Quay Sessions was recorded in the intimate setting of Pacific Quay.
Plans for the pool will be shared at a public meeting at Connah's Quay Civic Hall on November 3, at 7.
Overall, Perdana Quay will echo of some of the most famous resort destinations in the world, including Malibu, the Maldives and Monaco.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mohammad 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.
Connah's Quay striker Gary O''Toole slots the ball past Uwic keeper Tom Edmunds
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