The only seats left were right at the front, so manager Joshua Grannell offered to rope off
a row of seats for the pair and their security at a later show.
A WHALE found entangled in rope off
the North Wales coast was last night believed to be the first humpback spotted in the region.
But the bat "pinged off", so he picked up a metal pole used to rope off
exhibits and decapitated the statue.
Hotels often rope off
sales-free zones for guests who want to sunbathe without intrusion, but the pitches (usually preceded by a whistle to get you to look up) were found to be pretty low-key.
A 30ft WHALE was swimming to freedom last night after its tail got caught up in a buoy's rope off
the North Wales coast.
At the baths I go to they rope off
a quarter to a third and train the bath attendants in lifesaving.
Keep your crew members alerted to this potential problem and perhaps even close or rope off
the extreme bow access area of your vessel.
The club's recently installed chairman has met Health & Safety Executive officers on site and outlined his plans to rope off
the half-finished main stand and install 50 seats in the former Dane Bank stand as well as erecting portable buildings for the players, officials and supporters in a bid to end Northwich's increasingly expensive reliance on the use of their neighbours' ground at Wincham Park as soon as possible.
Other committees figured out how to rope off
the course, where to move the people, which areas could have heavy traffic, how to police heavy traffic, and where to put the vendors, booths and restrooms.