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The docklands area had become largely derelict by the 1980s, but was redeveloped into flats and offices from the mid-1980s onwards.
Writing in The Independent, art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon said :" Goldsmiths graduates are unembarrassed about promoting themselves and their work: some of the most striking exhibitions in London over the past few months —" The East Country Yard Show ", or " Gambler ", both staged in docklands — have been independently organized and funded by Goldsmiths graduates as showcases for their work.
The origin of the scheme dates back to a visit by the then Secretary of State for Wales Nicholas Edwards Conservative MP for Pembrokeshire to the largely-derelict Cardiff docklands in the early 1980s.
A small park located in a built up residential area once occupied by docklands and fill-in to create more land for residential use.
The church was hit by a bomb during the Second World war Blitz on London's docklands in May 1941.

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Charles Dickens makes frequent use of the riverside and docklands in novels such as Our Mutual Friend and Great Expectations, and there is a memorable description of the docks, their buildings and people, in Joseph Conrad's The Mirror of the Sea.
He moved to the docklands of Govan, near Ibrox, home of Rangers football club, when he was 15, and he grew up supporting Rangers.
Bletch and his cronies venture to the docklands to fight Cedric and his crab-crewmen.
These included water supply works for Liverpool, improvements to London's docklands and the rebuilding of London Bridge ( c. 1800 ).
Confluence of Rivers Thames and Brent at Brentford The photograph was taken from the redeveloped docklands at Brentford.
In 2007, La Presse reported that the Canadian government, along with provincial and municipal authorities, proposed Montreal as a site to move the headquarters ; a former docklands site has been earmarked and preliminary drawings made, but the UN turned down the request in 2007 and opted to renovate its existing facilities instead.
* In London's redeveloped docklands Canary Wharf tube station, adjacent office towers and shopping malls are connected underground.
The main port for Europe during this time was Liverpool which had large areas of docklands.
By making the area more appealing it was hoped this would attract investment into the docklands.
At the same time the lowest tender was not chosen for the fit out of new offices in Spencer Dock in Dublin's docklands.
Most of Dublin's docklands are east of the bridge, but it is raised on average three times per day to allow river traffic to pass.
It included the old, walled city as well as the nearby docklands on both sides of the Huangpu River.
This presented a unique challenge for Government-how to completely replace an industry on a vast scale and make the contaminated, depressed docklands an attractive place to live and work.
Whitaker Square, a commercial development in Dublin's docklands, was named in his honour.
There is not a beach area between Methil and the sea, but there is a wall which protects the redeveloping docklands area.
This redevelopment is reducing the physical size of the Methil Docks, but is liable to enhance the importance of the docklands in its more modern role.
It is built on former industrial docklands on the north side of the city at the edge of the boundary between formerly separate ports of Newhaven and Leith.
He then worked as a clerk in a docklands warehouse and at the United States Consulate in Liverpool, before being called up for national service with the Royal Corps of Signals.
Much of the population of the Sailortown area of Belfast's docklands moved here in the 1960s.
The area is sandwiched between Mumbai Port's off-limits docklands to the east, Regal Cinema to the south, Fountain to the north and Oval Maidan to the west.

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Section 7 is designed to arrest in its incipiency not only the substantial lessening of competition from the acquisition by one corporation of the whole or any part of the stock of a competing corporation, but also to arrest in their incipiency restraints or monopolies in a relevant market which, as a reasonable probability, appear at the time of suit likely to result from the acquisition by one corporation of all or any part of the stock of any other corporation.
Poirot is also willing to appear more foreign or vain than he really is in an effort to make people underestimate him.
The flowers are catkins with elongate male catkins on the same plant as shorter female catkins, often before leaves appear ; they are mainly wind-pollinated, but also visited by bees to a small extent.
Several of ASU's graduate schools also appear among the top of the US News & World Report rankings, including the 30th-ranked W. P. Carey School of Business ( along with its 4th-ranked program in Supply Chain Management and the 15th-ranked program in Information Systems ), the 26th-ranked Sandra Day O ' Connor College of Law, the 43rd-ranked Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering ( including five individual programs ranked in the top 30 ), the 16th-ranked School of Public Affairs, the 26th-ranked Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, the 21st-ranked College of Nursing and Health, and 25th-ranked Healthcare Management.
ANAC numbers can also appear in the 958 range, but there is no requirement that they reside there.
Apple also announced that AppleBus networks could be attached to, and would appear to be a single node within, a Token Ring system.
Arcologies also appear in video games, such as SimCity 2000, Escape Velocity Nova, Deus Ex: Invisible War, Call to Power II, Shadowrun, and Mass Effect.
During the first half of the 19th century, some of the songs African-Americans sang also began to appear in use for shipboard tasks, i. e. as shanties.
They are also found in some bacteria, notably Mycobacterium tuberculosis where they appear to have a key role in pathogenesis.
It is also said that if one runs around the great pine tree at the summit seven times, then the Fairies will appear.
In the 2010 comedy Marmaduke two Afghan hounds appear in the dog park and are shown to resemble high school girls watching the more athletic dogs as if they were " jocks " and are also shown to be " air heads ".
The hindbrain and midbrain of mammals are generally similar to those of other vertebrates, but dramatic differences appear in the forebrain, which is greatly enlarged and also altered in structure.
Scholars generally agree that many of the personalities of Beowulf also appear in Scandinavian sources ( specific works designated in the following section ).
Other old French games such as thèque, la balle au bâton, and la balle empoisonnée also appear to be related.
Chapters 7, 21, and 36 – 39 appear also in 2nd Kings: it is not known whether the author of Isaiah borrowed them from Kings, or vice-versa.
Most often she appears as an ugly, frightening hag, but she can also appear as a stunningly beautiful woman of any age that suits her.
The banshee may also appear in a variety of other forms, such as that of a hooded crow, stoat, hare and weasel-animals associated in Ireland with witchcraft.
Lancaster also often asked his close friend Nick Cravat to appear in his films.
They also appear in Haruhiko Mikimoto's manga Marionette Generation ( 2001, original 1990 ).
Many of these programmes also appear throughout the week on BBC News's sister channel BBC World News.
Deborah Mackenzie regularly presents at weekends and in place of Sharma and Madera, while Rebecca Pike and Rachel Hodges also appear in these slots.
Paradoxical effects may also appear after chronic use of benzodiazepines.
Shortly after inclusion of floating point execution units started to become commonplace in general-purpose processors, specifications for and implementations of SIMD execution units also began to appear for general-purpose CPUs.
Multi-sited ethnography may also follow ethnic groups in diaspora, stories or rumours that appear in multiple locations and in multiple time periods, metaphors that appear in multiple ethnographic locations, or the biographies of individual people or groups as they move through space and time.

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