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windway

(ˈwɪndˌweɪ)
n
a way or passage for air to flow or escape, esp in an organ or woodwind instrument
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Hilary Hawley is special projects coordinator at Windway Capital Corporation.
The four men killed were Reginald Burchell, of Windway Road, Cardiff, Kenneth Woodfield, the pilot Paul Chambers, and Ronald Aston, of Cog Road, Sully.
The total enterprise value for the business was US $131 million, and the consideration was funded by an equity investment of US $62 million along with equity reinvestment by Windway Capital Corp.
The transaction will be funded with an equity investment of USD62m, including a USD22m contribution by the buyer, along with an equity reinvestment by Windway Capital Corp, Oakley Capital said.
6, whistles have a mouthpiece (A) where the air is forced into a cavity or hollow confined space, the windway (B).
The windway and block of the instrument are well preserved and very precisely made especially when compared to not so accurately prepared labium.
The earlier Herwiga Rex's narrower windway would have contributed to a much more focused tone than that of the Hamlin.
They resisted pueblo-style housing, raided some in eastern New Mexico in order to feed themselves, and kept Roman Catholicism at bay and their traditional religion intact, even adding a new chant, the Chiricahua Windway, to their religious pantheon.
and Mary Kohler Sheboygan, WI, Windway Capital Corp.
a subsidiary of Windway Capital, a holding company for wealthy Wisconsin businessman Terry Kohler.
The dance teams perform according to the prescription of the various ceremonials they represent, most commonly Shootingway, Beautyway, Nightway, Windway, and of course, the Mountainway.
At King Street, Christie's sale on 22 March started with a carved ivory recorder which had a badly cracked lip and the roof of the windway fallen in.