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271. Convoy (konvooi) :: Ahead of the convoys were processions of mine sweepers Coast Guard cutters buoylayers and motor launches
272. Crossing (kruising) :: Until earlier this month travellers at this remote desert border crossing could enter Iraq without a visa
273. Crosswalk (Cross Walk) :: When school resumes again drivers need to be aware of school zones crosswalks and bus stops
274. Flagship (vlagskip) :: The design of the store will be closely modelled on the companys flagship store in Oxford Street
275. Heavy (swaar) :: I cooked more healthfully by omitting heavy sauces and oil using nonfat cooking spray instead
276. Lorry (vragmotor) :: The village was being covered with dust from the 30ton lorries thundering through it from the nearby quarry
277. Misfire (ketsschot) :: Similarly bold plans have misfired elsewhere most memorably with the US firm Iridium whose scheme to provide global satellite phone coverage failed spectacularly
278. Mutiny (muitery) :: In 1820 Spanish troops being sent to the colonies mutinied and proclaimed a new democratic constitution
279. Pension (pensioen) :: These deal with enquiries and claims for pension credit the state pension and winter fuel allowance
280. Queue (tou) :: When packets are dropped this way a new entry is stored in a special queue of unresolved addresses
281. Rig (tuig) :: The radial consists of a 576 square metre sail area compared to the regular rig of 706
282. Sidewalk (sypaadjie) :: Theres nothing here but flat land roads without sidewalks and an ugly green water tower
283. Siding (sylyn) :: At 7 50 PM we reversed direction and backed onto the siding track closest to the station
284. Tail (stert) :: He says he even lectured the FBI agents assigned to tail him telling them to go back to school and study computers or something with a real future because their job was no good
285. Tide (gety) :: As they go farther into the water the tide pushes them downstream
286. Tie (das) :: Norman needed a par to tie with Nicklaus
287. Upgrade (opgradering) :: The upgrades include work to waiting rooms toilets and shelters as well as CCTV at some stations including Ingatestone
288. Upmarket (luukse) :: It is now quite usual for an upmarket and not unusual for a mass market newspaper to have a regular wine column

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