racing shell

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: shell - a very light narrow racing boatracing shell - a very light narrow racing boat  
racing boat - a boat propelled by oarsmen and designed for racing
racing skiff, single shell - a shell for a single oarsman
scull - a racing shell that is propelled by sculls
sliding seat - rower's seat that slides fore and aft
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The 100% electric racing car has a purpose-built carbon-fibre racing shell and its powertrain is a zero emission advanced lithium-ion battery design.
Rumi's path to God was music and dance because he had no experience in a racing shell. (All right, that may be an exaggeration.) 2/ MANY PEOPLE BELIEVE THAT EVERY STROKE ROWED IS THE SAME.
To illustrate the impact this notion of integration has, consider for just a moment eight rowers in a racing shell (yes, here we go again with my favorite illustration).
In their new pounds 15,000 racing shell, sponsored by the Cardiff-based MEM group, the men's lightweight eight took bronze first up, and then silver when they beat the Dutch composite by feet with Portugal a length out in front.
SHREWSBURY - Barbara Donahue, the Shrewsbury philanthropist, who along with her late husband Irving James Donahue has been a consistent benefactor for crew, schools, public services, hospitals and other causes, christened the Dare to Dream, a new Vespoli V1 racing shell for St.
LOWELL - With a smile and a grunt, James Beasley pulled his single-man racing shell out of the water, hoisted it onto his right shoulder and casually strolled off the dock.