This is the first published
Electronic Newspaper for
28 December 2000 : Volume 2 Issue 45
Plans have been submitted for secondary treatment works for the Sewage Treatment Works at Shoreham Harbour (adjacent to Southwick Beach). The sewage receives primary treatment at the moment before pumping out to sea by the long sea outfall.
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A cold north-east wind brings the first chill to the winter after the clement but very wet autumn. There is no sign of snow.
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Words of the Week
| fju | n. & v. L16. [Fr., or its source, It. fuga f. L fuga
flight, rel. to fugere flee.] A n. 1 Mus. A polyphonic composition in which
a short melodic theme, the subject, is introduced by one part or voice,
and successively taken up by the others and developed by their interweaving.
L16. 2 Psychiatry. A flight from or loss of the awareness of one's
own identity, sometimes involving wandering away from home, and often occurring
as a reaction to shock or emotional stress. E20.
| mnt, mnt | n. E20. [Fr., f. monter to mount.] 1 Cinemat. &
Television. The selection and arrangement of separate sections of film
as a consecutive whole; the blending (by superimposition) of separate shots
to form a single picture; a sequence or picture resulting from such a process.
E20. 2 gen. The process or technique of producing a composite whole
by combining several different pictures, pieces of music, or other elements,
so that they blend with or into one another; the result of such a process;
a miscellany, a pastiche. M20.
collage | kl | n. E20. [Fr. = gluing.] An abstract form of art in which photographs, pieces of paper, string, matchsticks, etc., are placed in next to theposition and glued to a surface; a work in this form; fig. a jumbled collection of impressions, events, styles, etc. collagist n. a person who makes collages M20.
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Poem of the Week
And never brought to mind?
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And Auld Lang Syne?
Chorus.- For auld lang syne, my dear,
And surely ye'll be your pint stowp!
We twa hae run about the braes,
We twa hae paidl'd in the burn,
And theres a hand my trusty fiere!
Arthur can be seen playing darts and drinking a pint of cider in the King's Head, circa 1982.
He is nearest the dart board. It is rather a poor photograph.
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