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Sark

A project focused upon the opportunities to share support services and other non-frontline medical services (e.g., pathology), and rationalise estates across the four Outer South East London Trusts (BHT, QEH, QMS and University Hospital Lewisham).
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Frederick Honisett, 85, who was among those aboard the Cutty Sark for the launch, said: "As a boy I collected stamps and many people will do so today.
An artists impression of the Cutty Sark in Greenwich once complete and, left, the remains of the ship after a devastating fire in 2007
SARK's delivery capabilities will be integrated with Emtec's operations and will expand the company's footprint in Asia.
At just two square miles in size and with only 600 permanent residents, Sark is dwarfed by its neighbor, Guernsey, which technically governs the island.
Richard Doughty, chief executive of The Cutty Sark Trust, said the charity would "certainly be considering our position with our lawyers" after criticisms of contractors.
Sark reminds us that we were all created to live lives of joy and beauty, providing us with practical tips and fun ideas for reclaiming that birthright.
Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy is a personal growth teacher, an artist, an inspiration speaker, a bestselling author, and under the pen name SARK has written and compiled "Juicy Pens, Thirsty paper: Gifting The World With Your Words And Stories And Creating The Time And Energy To Actually Do It", a compendium of creative games and techniques that aspiring writers will find to be invaluable in the practice of their chosen craft.
Skyy Spirits has introduced Cutty Sark Blended Malt Scotch Whisky in selected U.S.
The HLF has also approved a 10 million [pounds sterling] increase for the Cutty Sark, after the devastating fire in May 2007.
TWO of Britain's oldest and best-loved ships, the Mary Rose and the Cutty Sark, were today awarded a pounds 31m lifeline by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
John Joe Sark realized very quickly after he dropped out of Grade 8 in 1960 that he wasn't going to accomplish his goals without further education.