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Suppose 'm you no savvee, I knock 'm block off belong you.
Police block off Gower Road, Uplands, following an incident involving a First Cymru bus
Following this, the size and shape of the appendage is determined, before the device is inserted and expands to block off the LAA.
Schumer said that the curtailment of the number of trains that are allowed to idle on these tracks and block off the neighborhood is an ideal solution but added that CSX must find a long term solution for these idling trains that have proven themselves to be a hindrance for the Kingston community and beyond.
By then, LUKoil had made two discoveries, one at the Cape Three Points block off the coast of Ghana, where it has since drilled wells at the C1-401 block off the Ivory Coast.
Israel resorts to punitively demolish or block off the family homes of any Palestinians - as means of deterrence - accused of being involved in attacks against Israelis, a policy that Israel does not use against Israeli settlers who were involved in fatal attacks against Palestinians.
Those plans include work on the Grade II listed former schoolhouse - the building outside which the hoardings block off the old bus stop.
2m (conservative estimate) would be to drop the plans to block off Donald Street at its junction with Albany Road.
5 July 2012 - Canada-based renewable energy company Pure Energies Group (PEG) said today it had taken over US residential solar project consultant One Block Off the Grid, in line with a plan to grow its business across North America.
This country is too small to just block off roads and it's becoming a weekly irritation," she said.
It now pumps about 53 million standard cubic metres (mscmd) a day from its D6 block off India's east coast -- already less than the 60 mscmd it produced last year, and far off peak capacity of 80 mscmd.
Located a half block off 17-92 OBT on 35th Street, and one block off I-4 Expressway.