Cranage


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CRANAGE. A toll paid for drawing merchandise out of vessels to the wharf, so called, because the instrument used for the purpose is called a crane. 8 Co. 46.

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Cranage was established in 2007 to be the UK distributor for Kelo-cote, which accounted for approximately 75% of its [pounds]454,000 revenue for the year ended 31 January 2010.
Miss Cranage submitted that if her client was jailed, nothing would be done to investigate why a 44-year-old man with no previous convictions had started offending in this way over the past two years.
18, 800sq ft of high-bay warehouse/factory accom-modation, with cranage and shared loading at either end, is also available at a rental of pounds 60, 000 per annum.
Rita Marie Lowther, 33, of Cranage Close, Middlesbrough, banned from driving for six months and given a community rehabilitation order for six months for driving while disqualified and using a vehicle without insurance.
The strong and skilful back row of Dale Cranage (Aberavon), Lloyd Evans (Bridgend) and Rhys Ruddock (Swansea) proved decisive in the fixture organised by the Welsh Schools' Rugby Union Junior Group and sponsored by The Western Mail's sister newspaper, The Liverpool Daily Post.
On-site services include 20-ton cranage, compressed air, vacuum, gas, steam, water and environmentally approved drainage.
The fact the new facility will have extra height means we can install larger cranage and it will allow us to develop the research and development side further.
Her remains were found in a wheelbarrow surrounded by petrol, shredded paper and logs at her PS500,000 house in Cranage, Cheshire.
The main two-bay workshop has gantry units for cranage, a reinforced concrete floor and three full-height loading doors.
Madden pleaded guilty to a charge of wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm and her barrister Ruth Cranage said she had expressed genuine remorse and regret for the attack.
The writ was served yesterday by Cranage Parish Council after Mr Prescott and Ms Hewitt overuled the inquiry inspector to give the go- ahead for the development on a former World War II airfield.
May 17 CBF Classical Evening Cranage Hall, Steve Bolton