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sheading

(ˈʃiːdɪŋ)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) any of the six subdivisions of the Isle of Man
[variant of shedding; see shed2]
Translations

sheading

n (Brit) → Verwaltungsbezirk m (der Isle of Man)
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Guidance publications and documentaries will be offered on board plane sheading for Saudi Arabia.
I want to lend a helping hand within my means, and that is by sheading light on the problem experienced by many, and the need for it to be resolved.
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23) All this was in addition to his overseeing of the family business, the Tromode Sail and Rope Works, with its model village at Cronkbourne, albeit the development of steam power meant that the business was in decline, and his political life as member of the House of Keys for Middle Sheading, a position to which he was first elected in 1881.
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Last month VOSA staged a massive UK operation, including stopping truck sheading to Holyhead port.
Perhaps sheading light on some of the activities and timeline of this controversial topic may bring a more moderate perception on the subject.