Goosewing

Goose´wing`


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 [pounds sterling] 36 million contemporary collection of 544 ensuite study bedrooms in 6 to 8 cluster flats for post graduate students on the old Darwin Fields site were constructed by Mansell/UPP Ltd and feature PVCu windows sprayed goosewing grey externally and left white internally.
The standing seam section of the roof and vault are in Colorcoat HPS200[R] Goosewing Grey.
Within a couple of hours' drive of Yellowstone in Wyoming's wilderness lies Goosewing Ranch - high in the Rockies.
Even the names of tools suggested zoological comparisons; there was a goosewing axe, an alligator wrench, a mortising twivil called a bec d'ane, French for "nose of a donkey.
The seller was Goosewing LLC, led by James and Teresa Huson.
For example, Goosewing wraps curriculum development, lesson planning and materials gathering into our AutoMedia Technology, saving an enormous amount of time.
To maximise protection against corrosion of the 30,000 square metre steel standing seam roof, European Roofing Systems Ltd specified Corus (1) long lasting Colorcoat HPS200 plastisol in Goosewing grey, a standard colour from the Colorcoat range supplied by BASF Coatings, as it contrasts well with the feature masonry and the colours of the entrance renders.
Educators fill in basic information about the course they want to teach, and Goosewing will instantly build their curriculum requirements and lesson plans into an educational program with appropriate course materials.
The eight-storey block has been clad by Commercial Cladding Services using a Corus Panels and Profile system in Goosewing Grey.