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cranage

(ˈkreɪnɪdʒ)
n
1. (Commerce) the use of a crane
2. (Commerce) a fee charged for such use
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For the adults in Class A, it was Melinda Cranage who proved that getting the best dressage score is not always a certainty to winning Twixstead.
Alison Cranage of Alzheimer's Research UK, who is speaking at the event, said: "There will also be an opportunity to pick up information about dementia and talk to organisations involved in research and support.
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Alison Cranage, of Alzheimer's Research UK, said: "We would welcome anyone to come along to this event and find out more about dementia and the research underway in the Midlands.
The former conservatory business boss, 48, would meet Ms Lee, 54, for secret trysts near her cattery business at Cranage, Cheshire.
Sinclair Pharma Plc("Sinclair" or "the Company"), the international specialty pharma company announces the acquisition of Cranage Healthcare Limited ("Cranage"), a specialist UK distributer of Kelo-cote and other wound care products, for an initial sum of [pounds]400,000.
Sharpe's barrister Ruth Cranage urged Judge Benson to suspend any prison sentence so that Sharpe could undertake treatment provided by the Probation Service.
Freelance journalist John Cranage, was scathing of the city's joint administration.
Page 7: Return of the mild: Banks's brings back a favourite Page 8: John Cranage talks to Peter Mandelson about the threat foreign bidders pose to Midland firms.
Winners will be announced at the group's first annual dinner, which is being held in Cheshire's Cranage Hall on June 5.
This comes after last year's major terminal expansion, opened by Ports Minister David Jamieson, which included a warehouse, new quay, cranage and equipment.