apeak

a·peak

 (ə-pēk′)
adv. & adj. Nautical
In a vertical or almost vertical position or direction: rowers holding their oars apeak.

[Alteration of apike, probably from French à pic : à, to (from Old French a, from Latin ad-; see ad-) + pic, peak (from Old French).]

apeak

(əˈpiːk)
adv, adj
(Nautical Terms) nautical in a vertical or almost vertical position: with the oars apeak.
References in classic literature ?
Whenever we were coming back from a land journey, our eyes sought one thing in the distance first--the ship-- and when we saw it riding at anchor with the flag apeak, we felt as a returning wanderer feels when he sees his home.
When I landed with my trade goods, leaving my steering sweep apeak, Otoo left his stroke position and came into the stern sheets, where a Winchester lay ready to hand under a flap of canvas.
From 1983 through 1990, the spina bifida incidence rate for these 16 states was 4.6 cases per 10,000 births; during this period, the annual rate declined from apeak of 5.9 cases per 10,000 births in 1984 to 3.2 cases per 10,000 births in 1990 (Figure 1).
He also reviewed the latest developments in the next phases of the project, which, after completion of their development, will reach apeak production rate of about 2.7 billion cubic feet per day.
Burnyeat G (2013) On apeak in Darien: community peace initiatives in Uraba, Colombia.
Biomechanical parameters, such as working time interspersed with rest time, frequency (f), peak-to-peak displacement (D), amplitude, and peak acceleration (aPeak), as well as the positioning of the individual and the type of OVP, are fundamental for the elaboration of a safe and useful protocol (3) and should be considered in the ellaboration of WBVE protocols.
While nobody is willing to apeak their mind, there is enough insinuation that the committee comprising Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and V.V.S.
En esta patica se puede observar una onda de corriente de magnitud 377,5 Apeak (266,9 Arms) y frecuencia de 60 Hz.
Multiple linear regression models were used to predict the reference speed change ([DELTA][V.sub.ref]) using two sets of predictors: i) a full model including the speed change reported by the ACM ([DELTA][V.sub.ACM]), the pulse duration ([DELTA]t), the peak acceleration (apeak), and the vehicle model (Prius, Corolla, Camry), and ii) a simple model including only the speed change reported by the ACM and the vehicle model.
(2) Adjust the heavy ion beam; the incident angle was apeak. The spot area of the beam was about 1 cm x 1 cm in size.
To deal with the latex from the maturing rubber trees at the Estate, in 1912 the Company built a factory at the Estate producing ribbed smoked sheets (RSS), which was shipped downriver to Kuching by local prahu, then known locally as "Tegora Boats." (11) By then, the price for RSS 1 was in free fall, from apeak of $9,697 per ton in 1910 to M$728 per ton (M$ 665 on the Singapore market) in 1922.