tuskar

tuskar

(ˈtʌskə)
n
(Tools) (in Orkney and Shetland) a peat-cutting spade
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The sailor was located 20 miles east of Tuskar Rock Lighthouse.
ON MARCH 24, 1968, Aer Lingus Viscount EI-AOM crashed into the sea near Tuskar Rock with the loss of all 61 on board.
Truckers using the Stena Line and Irish Ferry crossings directly to and from the UK are being encouraged to use a new app that has been specifically developed by the Irish government and its Revenue Commissioners to ease customs checks -- and by the time an incoming ferry reaches what is being described as virtual traffic lights at Tuskar Rock lighthouse some 10 km out at sea, the truck drivers should know whether they have been given green, orange or red notices for their respective loads.
"The World Goes On," a collection of stories by Hungarian author Laszlo Krasznahorkai, who also won the 2015 prize (top picture) when it celebrated an author's career instead of an individual book, was published by indie Tuskar Rock Press.
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.
NEWTON ABBOT: 2.20 Gaelic Myth, 2.50 Turn Over Sivola, 3.20 Any Given Day, 3.55 Taquin Du Seuil, 4.30 Barton Rose, 5.00 Tuskar Rock, 5.30 More Buck's.
TAUNTON: 2.20 Torran Sound, 2.50 Knave Of Clubs, 3.20 Great Choice, 3.50 Spoil Me, 4.20 Echoes Of Joy, 4.50 Hint Of Mint, 5.20 Tuskar Rock, 5.55 Shanty Town.
Huntingdon: 12.50 Twoways, 1.20 Tuskar Rock, 1.50 Retrieve, 2.20 Kasbadali, 2.55 Carole's Destrier, 3.25 Moscow Mule, 4.00 Secret Edge.
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.