n.1.(Naut.) One of the clews or lower corners of a course or a topsail when the middle part or the rest of the sail is furled.
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The structures' side walls measure 3m high and the covering fabric includes Goosewing grey walls and a white translucent roof.
STORYTELLER Christine McMahon is bringing her witty, inspiring and magical tale Goosewing to Holmfirth later this month.
The standing seam section of the roof and vault are in Colorcoat HPS200[R] Goosewing Grey.
Then rustle up some cowboy cookin' and camaraderie at the Bar J Chuckwagon or saddle up the whole herd for a Goosewing Ranch trail ride.
Within a couple of hours' drive of Yellowstone in Wyoming's wilderness lies Goosewing Ranch - high in the Rockies.
The seller was Goosewing LLC, led by James and Teresa Huson.
After the teacher completes an on-line order, Goosewing sends perfect-bound books to the teacher's class within a week.
The eight-storey block has been clad by Commercial Cladding Services using a Corus Panels and Profile system in Goosewing Grey.
2] of Ward DW1000D wall panels in bright blue and goosewing grey have been incorporated into The Turbine, a state-of-the-art business innovation centre in Nottinghamshire, along with Ward's innovative Topdek single ply insulated panels on the roof.
The product, in Goosewing Grey, was specified for its ability to endure the harsh coastal climate.
The stadium is the new home of Swansea City Football Club and the Ospreys (Neath and Swansea) rugby club Corus Panels and Profiles supplied the panels for the roof, with Euroclad supplying the wall panels for three of the elevations to the main stadium, including the corporate hospitality suite using Colorcoat HPS200 in Goosewing Grey and Hamlet.