windas

windas

(ˈwɪndæs)
n
(Mechanical Engineering) a variant of windlass
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Lucy Fallon, who plays Bethany Platt in Corrie, posed up with her co-stars Ellie Leach (Faye Windas), Sair Khan (Alya Nazir) and pregnant Brook Vincent (Sophie Webster) as they celebrated together.
Amazing video shows planesbattling against the windas they come in to land at Liverpool'sJohn Lennon airport.
Help-Link spokesman Phil Windas said: "While most private landlords are doing right by their tenants, our evidence shows there are far too many who are not."
Managing director Geoff Windas said: "The new furnaces will be delivered in February which means we will have to have the shed up and watertight by the end of this year.
During "banter" between the dispatcher and crew, urgency was lost, Mr Windas said.
The 38-year-old, who lives on Main Road, Llantwit Fardre, said: "We as a family feel let down." Anthony Windas, the area ambulance officer who led the investigation, told the court that during "banter" between the dispatcher and crew, urgency was lost.
A second diamond pendant was won by Sue Windas, a crewmember of Investec LOYAL.
David David and Graeme worry about the consequences of antagonis antagonising the Windas family, but manage to hide their concerns concerns from Tina.
Windas, in his article "The Consecration of Violence", says, "Urban II offered to his quarrelsome Christians the prospect of unlimited conquest in new lands, conquest sanctioned by the highest moral authority: 'Let them cease to tear each other to pieces, disputing over insufficient land and march side by side in the name of Christ against the pagans." (17) Though the highest moral authorities, such as the pope and various preachers, did not go to the war zone with sword yet they committed violence by their words, which provoked others to go and kill Muslims.
HULL CITY (4-4-2): Myhill, Ashbe, Turner; Windas (Barnby, 59), Hughes, Garcia, Brown, Delaney (France, 85), Folan, Ricketts, Marney (Campbell, 53).
Carola Hicks' book The King's Glass: A Story of Tudor Power and Secret Art is published by Chatto & Windas, 18.99[pounds sterling].
"We see Strike at the Windas an economic development for the entire region," Malinda Maynor Lowery, a Lumbee member of CAN's Board of Directors, said in an interview in March 2005; "the play enhances the local community's historical and cultural value and can educate people outside the county.