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CORD, measures. A cord of wood must, when the wood is piled close, measure eight feet by four, and the wood must be four feet long. There are various local regulations in our principal cities as to the manner in which wood shall be measured and sold.

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At Chord, Stephen will be responsible for coordinating the firm's development projects, including new homes and offices in and around Birmingham
Geoff Shuttleworth, a director at Chord, said: "JQ One is off to a flying start, with all the commercial space and more than 50 per cent of the apartments already sold.
This simple piece in A minor uses most of the common chords in first position.
The PawTab works by tapping any combination of fingers in one of three positions (front, back or off) C like playing chords on a piano.
Mr Perry, senior associate, real estate, said: "Our work with longstanding client Chord demonstrates the strength and depth of our teams here in Birmingham and underscores our expertise in development, planning, tax and construction work in this region.
As a celebration of its 20th anniversary in the musician assistance business, Ron Greene is providing the musical instrument player with a Free 'Musicians Note and Chord Guide' booklet (pdf downloadable), which includes; Key Signatures and the Circles of Fifths, how to play chords in accompaniment, playing chord extensions, melody and lead notes, scale references, and much more.
Tim Robinson, director of freight at Network Rail, said: "Britain relies on rail freight and this scheme is crucial because Nuneaton North Chord is a key part of our plans to improve freight capacity on the railway.
Musicians have struggled to reproduce the clanging chord at the start of the 1964 hit.
Summary: Stars of Glee, Mark Salling and Chord Overstreet, have a similar criteria when it comes to choosing a girlfriend.
PROPERTY developer Chord Deeley has appointed Birmingham-based demolition contractor DSM to carry out clearance works at its St George's site in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter.
The teacher starts by playing the three-note C major chord on a piano, and the child is instructed to raise a red flag.