dockmaster


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dockmaster

(ˈdɒkˌmɑːstə)
n
(Professions) obsolete the manager of a dock
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And nothing remains but lingering perhaps in the memory of a few men, the sound of their names, vanished a long time ago from the first page of the great London dailies; from big posters in railway-stations and the doors of shipping offices; from the minds of sailors, dockmasters, pilots, and tugmen; from the hail of gruff voices and the flutter of signal flags exchanged between ships closing upon each other and drawing apart in the open immensity of the sea.
McKellar, along with HOA Manager, April Boosinger, and Dockmaster, Mark Evans, have put forth a tremendous effort in ensuring that Sunset Marina is environmentally conscious and will aid in preserving the quality of water that Lake Chelan currently offers.
For the simulation by STAAD Pro 2004 [17], were taken acting forces and forces directions, received by methodic presented in section 3 of the paper and checked on real ships during mooring operations by laser system "DOCKMASTER - 3".
Try Tabla (the Dockmaster's House, 7345-0345), which is an excellent Indian restaurant, or Tai Pan (665 Commercial Street) a slapdash but serious Chinese restaurant that has long been a mainstay of Limehouse, the historic area just outside the Docklands entrance.
WE'RE HAVING A BALL: The group of Atherstone residents who emigrated to Australia and, to raise cash for Atherstone following the war, made a ball for the 1921 ball game and sent it over to the UK MY BALL: The dockmaster at Liverpool Harbour with the Atherstone ball game ball, which was sent over from Australia in 1921 to raise money following the First World War
A yellow quarantine flag has to be flown as you enter the port and Customs must be notified of your arrival; contact the dockmaster at your chosen destination on VHF 16 for instructions.
The buildings to be repaired include the famous six-sided Victoria Clock Tower and the nearby Dockmaster's Office, both built by Jesse Hartley at the river entrance to the Salisbury Dock in 1848.
"I was senior dockmaster on the Dart Marina by then, putting in long hours and I only needed a small base," says Paul.
Asst Dockmaster position comes w/biz (salary $26,000 + benefits).
They signaled to the dockmaster to have the ship stop.
The Narrow Street is the former Limehouse Basin Dockmaster's home with a terrace offering views of the canal.