Continuing along this quiet roadway Pinewood View is prominent on our left and a parish board with the date 2000AD is close at hand
on the right hand side.
Situated with lovely coastal walks and beaches close at hand
, this home is in the perfect location for when the sun comes out.
ONE of the delights of a decent summer is to be able to sit in the garden with a suitable beverage close at hand
With the winter holidays close at hand
, all of us here at Kayak wanted to celebrate the true spirit of the season-the spirit of peace and goodwill!
Whether you're hunting from a tree-stand, a ground blind, or practicing in the backyard, the Bow Jaws[TM] Bow Holder System keeps your bow close at hand
. Constructed of powder-coated steel, the System consists of a Universal Bow Holder and separate bases.
When a horse is sick or injured it's essential to have quick information close at hand
, which is why Horse Health Care & First Aid stands above other 'horse care guides'.
Practitioners seeing feline patients will want it close at hand
for quick analysis of feline behavior, dermatology problems, dentistry and even surgery.
The same client identification information as for the POA is needed, and so should be kept close at hand
. If all that is needed is a few account statements (such as the charges and credits for a particular year, to see what happened to a particular payment), the account statement can be printed out immediately.
With a 35mm camera close at hand
, Galen Rowell scaled the world's highest mountains, becoming the most famous outdoor adventure photographer of his generation.
Whether you are in the middle of an active job search, wondering if you are doing a good job in your present management position, or thinking about what to do next, personalized advice and support is close at hand
. Contact the College to reserve some time with Barbara Linney, ACPE's vice president of career development.
However, images of these earnest young people, from beginners to those at the collegiate level, often with parents close at hand
, is remarkably different than what is prevalently broadcast via the media.
The memory of a structure's engineering specifications and the potential for disaster are always close at hand