Sheerwater


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Sheer´wa`ter


n.1.(Zool.) The shearwater.
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Dad and Grandad died peacefully at Sheerwater House, Surrey on 12th February 2018.
Catherine was placed in temporary accommodation in May when her home in Sheerwater, Surrey, was hit.
The plans put forward to redevelop the Sheerwater Estate near Woking with 922 homes and community facilities proposed are approved by local council authorities.
She has also dug out Paul's school books from Sheerwater Secondary School, adding: "He was absolutely delighted with me
The albatrosses were observed to be larger than those which had been taken northward of the Strait; one of them measured ten feet two inches from the tip of one wing to that of the other, when they were extended: the sheerwater, on the contrary, is less, and darker coloured on the back.
The Jam: About The Young Idea, Somerset House London (June 26 - August 31) All three members of the band, Paul Weller, Rick Buckler and Bruce Foxton, are fully on board with this exhibition - charting their journey from Sheerwater Secondary Modern in Woking to superstardom.
Your best chances of spotting the marine wildlife is by a boat trip like the Sheerwater Cruises where prices start from PS28pp.
Hall & Partners are managing the project and other companies that make up the design team are Building Services Partnership, Furness Partnership, Press and Starkey and Sheerwater.
The man and woman, who are in their mid-20s, broke into the house in Sheerwater Close, St Mellons, Cardiff, by forcing the front door.
The 26-feet long Sheerwater had two people on board and was heading south as part of a flotilla of seven yachts when she lost her rudder in choppy conditions and the crew alerted coastguards.
Skipper of the Sheerwater, Alan Grey, said the playful mammals can be seen swimming at great speed alongside his boat before surfacing for air.