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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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Royal Quays Marina, North Shields, is run by Quay Marinas, which will merge with Dean & Reddyhoff
He added: "In just five years City Quays has emerged as an iconic waterfront destination for sectors including legal, media, IT and financial services."
Video shared by the council showed contractors on a workbarge using a metal grabbing device to scoop debris out of the Quays.
Part 2 - Vacuum defrosting devices on quay No 12 of the Old Harbor;
The planning application, which has been submitted to North Tyneside Council, says the scheme would "complement the ongoing revitalisation of the Fish Quay".
| Arno Quay Located over Ffordd Y Mileniwm from Morrisons and the Waterfront Retail Park, building on this site is likely to be in the next stage of development.
Whether you're a shopaholic or just someone who likes a bargain, the Lowry Outlet has made The Quays a must for retail lovers with big-name stores offering discount prices all year round.
Now more than 350 of his works are on display in The Lowry, an arts and cultural centre that provides the focal point for the Quays.
At Pacific Quay, on the south side of the river, the second phase of a business park is also being developed.
The span had by definition to be asymmetrical since it had to bridge the busy quayside expressway on the Left Bank, which in turn makes the link with the lower quay dangerous for pedestrians; and on the Right Bank, the fast route renders the link with the upper quay difficult and blocks off access to the Tuileries.
BQ: Though the puppet films hadn't prepared us for the social aspect of ensemble work, we'd worked in theater and opera before [the Quays have designed stage productions in England and Europe], so we knew the value of collaboration, and we realized that we'd have to stop mumbling between ourselves and make ourselves intelligible to our team.