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"He looked dazed and confused and in a split second I saw him hanging onto the balcony rail, I don't know what happened."
"I need some suggestions because I have installed three windowboxes on my balcony rail and I want to fill them with foliage plants," said my daughter in an email early this spring.
But he was forced to go down to Irpounds 20,000 to get started and Goffs managing director Matt Mitchell, peering anxiously over the balcony rail, looked in vain for the day's two big spenders.
The master bedroom has a glazed door to the balcony rail. There is a bank of fitted wardrobes, electrically operated blinds and voiles, and assisted central heating/air conditioning.
On the orchestra, Mr I Jacobs' string band played a selection of music, and, in front of the balcony rail, were rugby footballs, Indian clubs, etc, together with a portrait of Arthur Gould and a photograph of Thornbury, the house which formed the testimonial..
A model schoolboy plunged 60ft to his death after a hoodie gang stamped on his fingers as he clung on to a tower block balcony rail.
Leaning against a balcony rail, bracing themselves in photographic apprehension, their sanguinity and youthful optimism are, well, poignant.
Recording the open verdict, the coroner said: 'I remain puzzled as to how Linda's hands remained on the balcony rail during that procedure [of her falling over].
TV footage showed crumbling plaster work on the building and a sheet flapping in the wind, attached to the balcony rail which had remained on the main structure of the building.
A contemporary granite-topped kitchen, stainless steel and glass balcony rail, cinema room, gym and built-in sound system make Charleswood suitable for those who appreciate truly modern home comforts.
The sun was soon to cover the balcony and what made the situation even worse, was the fact that she was also tied to the balcony rail by a very short lead which totally restricted her movement."
Helen Moran, 37, climbed over a balcony rail and plunged to the basement path.