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Sol´as


n.1.Solace.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The committee also approved an MSC circular providing guidance on the application of the mandatory Solas provisions concerning the global LRIT system, from December 31, 2008, as well as a number of other circulars relating to the technical specifications of the LRIT system and its establishment and utilisation, such as for search and rescue purposes.
Potent emotions and engaging characters are the hallmarks of "Barrio Cuba," a rangy, earthy item from esteemed helmer Humberto Solas that strips away the tourist view of la Isla.
From an introduction through suspense to crisis and resolution, Chaucer provides his readers with the special enjoyment of ".tales of best sentence and most solas."
The trajectory of Solas discloses the dynamics currently shaping Spain's film industry.
Ronan said: "It looks like Anthem will be even more successful than Solas.
Most important, however, is SOLAS' application function.
Legarda said that the Protocol 1978 SOLAS Convention aims to update the safety standards of crude carriers and product carriers by requiring the specifications of radars and steering gear to enhance safety of navigation.
For the ninth time Wild Oats XI won line honours in the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia's annual SOLAS Big Boat Challenge around Sydney Harbour.
Lee, NH, June 09, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Profit Tools, the innovative leader in Intermodal Transportation Management System (TMS) software, shared some guidance on the new Safety of Life at Sea Convention (SOLAS) Container Weight Verification Requirement including what it means to trucking companies and how they can simplify and automate the compliance process for their customers.
PERTHSHIRE'S Solas Festival starts this evening and the three-day event promises to be a cracker.
The hand spray-painted piece by Irish street artist Solas was commissioned by gallery owner Frank O'Dea after he saw a photo of it on a wall in Smithfield, Dublin.