tuskar

tuskar

(ˈtʌskə)
n
(Tools) (in Orkney and Shetland) a peat-cutting spade
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Electronic auction: repair of the motor road with a hard surface (to the land plots of the citizens of snt "stroitel" (3-5) sector located in the lower bay of the left-bank dam of the kursk reservoir on the tuskar river, shchetinka village) (1,900 mp)
She grew up in Corish Park in the heart of Wexford town, while her husband hails from Tuskar View in the south end of the town.
Tuskar, Brigand and Discovery have all reported good cod of around the 8 to 9lb mark, with plenty of average 5 to 6lb fish also providing some excellent sport along with whiting.
Barton banks easy victory The award for the biggest margin winner of the afternoon comfortably went the way of Barton Gift, who came home in virtual isolation 32 lengths in front of Tuskar Rock.
Tuskar, a Red Hat-led project for managing OpenStack deployments, and has been
Nally and fellow UFO enthusiast Dermot Butler, with whom he founded UPRI in 1998, also reckon the Tuskar Rock air tragedy 45 years ago was caused by aliens.
However, Tuskar Rock could give the coffers a nice early boost in the Firs Mitsubishi & Firs Ssangyong Handicap Chase at Stratford.
Tuskar Rock has only turned out once this season but he made quite an impact as he outbattled his rivals at Leicester last month.
THE author of a new book on the Tuskar Rock tragedy is convinced the most important piece of the jigsaw is in someone's attic gathering dust.
The aircraft went down off the Wexford coast at Tuskar Rock, killing all on board.
Tuskar Resources of Ireland brought Obe field on stream in late 1999 and now this is producing 4,000 b/d, in partnership with the local Cavendish.
I'm still on the case to find the bumper winner but one on my short-list, Hotel Tuskar, has tragically been killed.