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cut·wa·ter

 (kŭt′wô′tər, -wŏt′ər)
n.
1. The forward part of a ship's prow.
2. The wedge-shaped end of a bridge pier, designed to divide the current and break up ice floes.

cutwater

(ˈkʌtˌwɔːtə)
n
(Nautical Terms) the forward part of the stem of a vessel, which cuts through the water

cut•wa•ter

(ˈkʌtˌwɔ tər, -ˌwɒt ər)

n.
1. the forward edge of the stem of a ship.
2. a sharply pointed upstream face of a bridge pier, for resisting the effects of moving water or ice.
[1635–45]
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The sun was getting up, and mortal white he looked about the cutwater.
Where did’ee ever fall in with a regular built vessel, with starn-post and cutwater, gar board-streak and plank- shear, gangways, and hatchways, and waterways, quarter-deck, and forecastle, ay, and flush-deck?
The Cutwater Select Income Fund (CSI) has said that it has declared a dividend of USD0.
1]Insight Investment is the corporate brand for the group of companies managed or administered by Insight Investment Management Limited which includes Insight Investment Management (Global) Limited, Pareto Investment Management Limited, Insight Investment Funds Management Limited, Cutwater Investor Services Corporation (CISC) and Cutwater Asset Management Corporation (CAMC).
The simulation of flow and sedimentation patterns around the river cutwater in an arch with a 180 degree angle is done in [3].
Godolphin's first runner and winner was Cutwater, who was successful at Nad Al Sheba racecourse in Dubai on December 24, 1992.
Firstru nner& winner Cutwater, Nad Al Sheba, December 24, 1992 First winner outside UAE Seismograph, Newmarket, April 28, 1994 Champion ownerinBritain 7 times(1996, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004,2006,2007) Champion ownerin Ireland once (1998) Eclipse Award 2009 (championowner in North America) Most winsina year (worldwide) 202 in 2009 Mostprize-mo neyina year (worldwide) US$20,376,728in 2009 Most winsinaBritishseason 148 in 2009 Most prize-money in a British season pounds 4,320,171in 2004 Main trainers Hilal Ibrahim (1994), Saeed Bin Suroor (since 1995), Mahmood Al Zarooni (since 2010) Main jockey Frankie Dettori (since 1994) Racing manager Simon Crisford (since 1994) Headquarters Al Quoz and Godolphin Marmoom Stables, Dubai Colours Royal blue
David Wilson of Cutwater Asset Management, an asset management firm at the marcus evans US Pensions Summit Spring 2012, on the fixed income markets.
The 'boys in blue' sent out their first winner at Nad Al Sheba in1992 when Cutwater took the Hooyer Stakes with Balanchine providing a first British Classic success at Epsom in 1994.
The 'boys in blue' began with four horses and sent out their first winner at Nad Al Sheba in 1992 when Cutwater took the Hooyer Stakes, with Balanchine providing a first British Classic success at Epsom in 1994
The 'boys in blue' sent out their first winner at Nad Al Sheba in 1992 when Cutwater took the Hooyer Stakes, with Balanchine providing a first British Classic success at Epsom in 1994.
A more modern version is Richard Libertini's swami Prahka Lasa, who is in charge of transferring the soul of Edwina Cutwater (Lily Tomlin) into a new body in "All of Me" (1984).