During Coxon's hiatus from the group, Blur continued to perform the song live with Albarn asking the audience to sing Coxon's lines; "Oh my baby/Oh my baby/Oh why?/Oh my". At Blur's headline appearance at Reading Festival in 2003, he introduced the song by saying "I don't want, for one moment, to be a sentimental but... Graham wrote this song as well... you know the bits he sings and I want you to sing them as loudly as you possibly can. Everyone needs to sing this song." Drummer Dave Rowntree would also sing Coxon's lines on occasion. In July 2009 when Blur re-formed, Coxon's lines in "Tender" were repeated and sung powerfully by the audience to call Blur back to stage at Glastonbury, Hyde Park and T in the Park.
A ship's tender, usually referred to as a tender, is a boat, or a larger ship used to service or support other boats or ships, generally by transporting people and/or supplies to and from shore or another ship. Smaller boats may also have tenders, usually called dinghies.
For a variety of reasons, it is not always advisable to try to tie a ship up at a dock; the weather or the sea might be rough, the time might be short, or the ship too large to fit. In such cases tenders provide the link from ship to shore, and may have a very busy schedule of back-and-forth trips while the ship is in port.
On cruise ships, lifeboat tenders do double duty, serving as tenders in day-to-day activities, but fully equipped to act as lifeboats in an emergency. They are generally carried on davits just above the promenade deck, and may at first glance appear to be regular lifeboats; but they are usually larger and better-equipped. Current lifeboat tender designs favor catamaran models, since they are less likely to roll in the calm to moderate conditions in which tenders are usually used. They typically carry up to 100 to 150 passengers and two to three crew members.
The tender for construction of service roads along the Dwarka expressway from Sector 81 to 115 has already been floated by the authority to build 7.5 metres wide service road on each side ... The final tender was floated in October 2023.
GMADA floated a tender for allotting the work to construct the 164-foot-wide road which will connect Sector 65\/66 junction to the airport road on Sector 66-B near the IT City. The road stretch will be constructed at a cost of Rs 48.29 lakh.
The next step for the area is the announcement of a tender by the Department of Public Works for conducting a study ... Subsequently, tenders will be announced for the commencement of construction works.
The hospital will be set up in Aundh under the Ayushman BharatHealth Infrastructure Mission (PM-ABHIM) at a cost of ₹ 40.05. (HT PHOTO) ... “The tender has been allotted to a contractor to construct the hospital with a 24-month deadline ... ....
... keen to see Indian firms bid for tenders to construct infrastructure in the country, particularly for marquee projects like the country’s North-South Road, which runs along the length of the country.
With construction of the two stretches estimated to cost ₹550 crore, the PMRDA on February 14 floated a tender (request for proposal/RFP) for the appointment of a project management consultant to oversee the project.
Danú in concert ... Sunday, March 3 ... Triangulating these sex and love letters of long-dead artists with contemporary sexts and a meditation on the construction of the queer female body, the show is a hilarious, tender and surprising hour that asks ... Sunday.
According to a press note issued by the prisons department on Friday, the new building will be painted in 'a new colour scheme with heritage look' and will be constructed at a cost of over Rs 2.4 crore.
Construction underway on package 2 of the DwarkaExpressway on Thursday ... “The tender has reached the stage of allotment for construction of service roads, drains and other works included in the scope,” the spokesperson added.
detailed cost estimates (BOQ), Preparation of tender documents, Provision. of assistance in tendering process,). Construction Stage. (Supervision of construction works, controlling quality and time & cost.