“He called me Cindy Lu,” Globosits said. “I’m not Cindy Lu. I’m Cindy Marie. In this tutorial, we learn how to tie a scarf from Lucky Magazine. The first way to fold a square is to fold it into a triangle, then fold it down until you are left with the bottom. Put it around your neck, then knot it and tuck the knot into the neck area.
On the other hand, German tanks are in a weird spot because the 75mm you get from the F2 onward can hold its own against everything the Allies field except for the Jumbo and Russian heavies. Their balancing factor is that they glass cannons. Any APHE shell in this range can kill them as easily or even easier than the French guns..
The North Eastern, Jarrow, 1980s. It was built by Charles Palmer as accommodation for senior medical staff who manned the naer by Palmer Memorial Hospital. (Image: All photographs courtesy of Paul Perry)Our recent features on Scotswood Road and Gateshead High Street recalled how each location was said to have boasted dozens of pubs at one time or another in the late 19th into the 20th centuries.The exact numbers are apocryphal, but there are thought to have been more than 50 lining both sides of Newcastle’s famous Scotswood Road, while there were more than 30 across the River Tyne along the length of the High Street in Gateshead.Many of those old pubs, serving generations of Tyneside’s hard working, hard drinking men, are long since vanished victims of gradual de industrialisation, mass demolition, people moving away and changing tastes and habits.Another town which was once home to an impressive number of pubs was Jarrow, in South Tyneside.Famous as the home of the Venerable Bede in the 8th century and, much later, for its 1936 Jarrow Crusade, the town expanded at a rapid rate hand in hand with Palmer’s giant steelworks and shipyard which became, by far, the major local employer.And, naturally, working men in Jarrow like elsewhere enjoyed a drink or two.He says: “At one time or another, there were 54 pubs in Jarrow, which was quite an astonishing figure.”They catered for the town’s thousands of workers.
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