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(Nautical Terms) dialect Scot a traditional Scottish sailing vessel designed for use on inland waterways; a barge
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She reached out to Jim Gabbart, who reviews Arkansas submissions for the Park Service.
Gabbart, who was unavailable for comment, told Blick in an email that Hurst's nomination of the towers happened days before President Donald Trump's inauguration.
Missouri's Blaine Gabbart
has emerged as a favorite of draft analysts, while teams have also shown interest in Auburn's Cam Newton, "Washington's Jake Locker and Christian Ponder of Florida State.