sker

sker

(skɜː)
vb
to scour
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Both anglers fished at Sker. | 1st Rory Jenkins with 15.25 kgs consisting of 26 dogfish and a smaller ray.
The Maid of Sker, a ghost story that inspired a Victorian novel, tells the story of a heartbroken woman whose spirit is said to still remain in an 800-year-old mansion.
It was all thanks to her HAaAaAeA sker DAaAaAeA its first 7-inch out."
He said one incident that sticks in his memory from 13 years in the job was an incident on New Year's Eve in 2016, when a boat ran aground on rocks at Sker Point.
Within 20 minutes the ship was on a rocky ledge near Sker Rocks.
Dublin--Crumlin, Sker, Saggart, and Newcastle Lyons in the period 1170 to 1400--a period of significant and contentious royal presence.
The Swedish Army has ordered a large number of SaabTech Systems Sker fire control systems as part of a major modernisation of that nation's artillery and mortar batteries.
Kevin, a 32-year-old from Swansea, was fishing from his own boat "Seren- y-Mor" when he hooked the cracking cod just over a mile off the Sker Rock.
A high Russian Orthodox Church official predicted that "one,third of the Jews will convert, one, third will die, and one, third will flee the country." Many supporters of the Russian Haskaiah who advocated assimilation during Alexander's reign had a drastic change of mind after these events; among them was Leo Pin, sker, whose pamphlet Auto, emancipation would have a major effect on East European Jews.
Top spot went to Alex Jamieson with 4lb 15ozs, second was Tim Theyer with 4lb 2ozs and third place went to Glyn Burniston with 3lb 7ozs Pen-y-Graig SAC fished Porthcawl, Newton and Sker.
For the last 18 months the 74-yearold has gone down to Sker Beach with a litter-picker to do his bit.