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 seller is Goosewing LLC, led by James and Teresa Huson, which provided a 10-year mortgage of $650,000 to back the deal.
Sonya Kelliher-Combs, Remnant (Wing), 2016, goosewing, stretched walrus stomach dipped in acrylic polymer, 24 x 18 in.
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.
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Which cartoon character is hunted by Doctor Von Goosewing?
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." Loggers had once assembled their rafts with oversized staples known as "dogs." It is, in fact, impossible to talk about tools without resorting to biological metaphors.
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