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Paul A., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1896-1987. See: Chandler syndrome.
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Visitors to Berwick will never be lost for somewhere to eat or somewhere to stay, including Lowry's coffee bar in The Chandlery, far, and the YHA, left, with its Granary Bistro
Other services on offer include Wi-Fi bars, car hire, travel; services, a cinema and chandlery, state-of-the-art security cameras.
Work will begin on the 150 yacht berths on the River Ness in April and the village will feature a luxury hotel, chandlery and a street of exclusive retailers.
Already in place is The Quarter and Basin One, alongside 400 berths, chandlery and brokerage with local bars, shops and restaurants on hand.
You see it's all very well adapting a more typical home to suit your requirements by brandishing the paint brush and wallpaper but chandlery and maritime fittings are an entirely different (and potentially more expensive) affair.
A NEW chandlery has opened next to Clopton Marina in Stratford.
McDougall enjoyed a spell at non-league South Liverpool before hanging up his boots for good and turning his attention to a successful chandlery business in Liverpool.
Then we went to a local chandlery [marine store] and had them put stainless steel turnbuckles and other hardware on the cables.
ENJOY the magnificent scenery of Skye while staying at the four-star Bosville Hotel and Chandlery Seafood Restaurant.
The latest to be converted is the Inventory Chamber, which was originally built as a chandlery between 1778 and 1783.(5) An elegant three-storey Neo-Classical block with a central pedimented portico faced the sea.
Finally, Don Bartz of Costa Mesa, California, tips us off to Minney's Ship Chandlery. If you're looking for something that goes - or went - on a yacht, Minney's has it, from compasses to used sails and bow pulpits to anchors.