alength

alength

(əˈlɛŋθ)
adv
lengthwise or at length
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Project works include constructing mooring slips at alength of 22m for boats and 10m for cruisers, as well as groynes forwhich "we use sustainable, eco-friendly materials", he noted.
The verdict was a head and half alength over Bay Of Skaill and Covetous, as Smullen kept his filly up to her task having been up there throughout.
Gautam Gambhir, still searching for a big innings, was never really comfortable once Steven Finn settled into his back- of- alength groove from round the wicket.
Saleh said that first phaseof the sewage network with alength of 6 km and the treatment plant would cost a total of SR32.77 million.
The variable used in our estimation ALENGTH is the difference in the length of relationship the firm has had with the two banks.
For the thin wheels, we found wrapping alength of cloth around the rim gave it the added dimension to work with the hold-down strap.
Cape Royal (7-1) is another who could be Chester-bound after making virtually all the running under Kevin Darley to take the Class Two Stanleybet Stakes by three-quarters of alength from Native Title while Museeb earned quotes of 33-1 from totesport and 40-1 from William Hill for the UltimatePoker.com 2000 Guineas with a convincing victory in the Stanleybet Maiden Stakes.
TrainedbyDavidNicholls,the winner had shown little this seasonbutbouncedbackwitha game success under Andrew Mullen, showing up with the pace and battling on well to beat the slow-starting BarkstonAshbythree-quartersof alength.