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when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last
fish been caught
boustrophedon | bastrfid()n, bu- | adv. & a. E17. [Gk = as the ox turns in ploughing, f. bous ox + -strophos STROPHE + -don advb. suff.] (Written) from right to left and from left to right in alternate lines. boustrophedonic a. E19.
| nakrnz()m | n. M17. [Fr. anachronisme or Gk anakhronismos,
f. anakhronizesthai refer to a wrong time, f. as ANA- + khronos
time: see -ISM.] 1 An error in computing time or fixing dates; the relating
of an event, custom, or circumstance to a wrong period of time. M17.
2 Something or someone out of harmony with the time. E19.
( e.g. herditary peers in the House of Lords AH
chequer | tek
| n.2 dial. Also checker. M17. [App. = prec., from their appearance.]
In pl. The berries of the wild service tree. Cf. CHECKERBERRY.
However, to get the benefit of the bit of Java Code on the Hulkesmouth page, you need to make sure your Status Bar (underneath the main body of text) is activated. To check this, if you need to, go to View (under Internet Explorer 5) and make sure the Status Bar menu item is ticked.
Shoreham High Street in the 1930's looking west towards an area known as the Ropetackle that remains undeveloped into the New Millennium. The pub called the King's Head closed in 1983 and was demolished about 7 years later.
Relay: Pete Finch, Mick Wackford etc. at
Community Centre, Shoreham
Games & Leisure
Dave O'Connor sites
Mother Of All Battles is a game for 1 to 6 human or computer players. The object of the game is to destroy all the opposition's pieces by exploring new territory and capturing as many neutral and enemy cities as you can in order to build more of your own pieces.
At first the game can be a bit daunting, but it soon becomes easier, and then slightly disappointing playing against the computer. The random generated maps are one of the let downs. In this day and age they could look more like maps. However, they are clear and make the game very playable.
is turn based strategy game. Each Commander of his Forces takes
turns in deploying his forces which consist of:
It seems important to deploy your troops to capture as many cities as possible
early on in the game. Paratroopers seem to be useful at these early stages.
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Sponsorship is also available for the Adur Electronic News Bulletin and the Shoreham-by-Sea web pages (which preceded the Adur Resource Centre web site), which would be more suitable for a local firm(s).
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Adur Torpedo was written, designed and distributed by Andy Horton.
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