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gansey

(ˈɡænzɪ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) dialect a jersey or pullover
[from the island of Guernsey]
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I've been inspired too by the traditional gansey sweaters fishermen used to wear, which often had patterns unique to their village.
As he approaches the group at the end of the novel, Moses still does not recognize Sara Loveless, "A squat form in rubber boots just ahead of him, a shapeless gansey sweater swaying almost to her knees," or Jesse, who he is certain he knows by the boy's telltale "seashell whorls of a double crown, a rogue lick of hair" but cannot name (318).
Hands-on creative events from wire making models to knitting a Gansey for Cardiff are designed to inspire and entertain while creative and fun park activities Arty Parky and Paint the Park aim to entertain families while they enjoy the outdoor environment.
Linda Taylor's photographs document the historical and traditional fishermen's workwear - the gansey.
Gansey (Richard 'Dick' Campbell Gansey 111), Adam, Noah and Ronan have their own demons to face, but most important of all, they must uncover the secret that lies beneath Henrietta, the place where they all live.
The six-year-old has a good chance of victory and could bring up a double for Smith and owner Trevor Hemmings with Gansey bidding to go one better than when second over the National fences at Aintree when he lines up in the Betfred '30 Minute Limit Coupon' Veterans' ' Handicap Chase (3.
THE STORY: As Blue Sargent, 16, waits in the churchyard with her clairvoyant aunt in the town of Henrietta, Virginia, to greet the soon-to-be dead, she witnesses a boy--Dick Campbell Gansey II, a wealthy student at the local raven-crested Aglionby Academy--emerge and speak to her.
40 1 GANSEY (IRE) Brian Harding (8-1) 2 Categorical J Reveley (7-2) 3 Nevada Royale (FR) D F O'Regan (8-1).
5pm: Triumph Owners Get Together - displays, barbeque and band, The Shore, Gansey, Port St Mary.
Looking on from the right and wearing the gansey is Bill Landon, a backstreet kid who through his own endeavours went on to build up one of the best known bathroom suppliers in Birmingham at the old 'Crown' picture house in Icknield Port Road.
In the summer of 1839 Isaac Gansey, Peter Johnson, and Edward Smith, three African-American sailors from New York who worked aboard the schooner Robert Center, found themselves at the center of a dispute that reflected the growing controversy over the institution of slavery that would spark the Civil War some two decades hence.