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cove

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1. a small bay or inlet, usually between rocky headlands
2. a narrow cavern formed in the sides of cliffs, mountains, etc., usually by erosion
3. Architect a concave curved surface between the wall and ceiling of a room

cove

2
Austral History an overseer of convict labourers

Cove

Concave surface that connects a wall and ceiling.

cove

[kōv]
(geography)
A small, narrow, sheltered bay, inlet, or creek on a coast.
A deep recess or hollow occurring in a cliff or steep mountainside.

cove

A concave surface or molding, especially placed at the transition from a wall to the ceiling, or from a wall to the floor.
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Steve and I are very excited to work with The Archer Group and our good friend, Rick Robbins, on The Coves at Round Mountain," said Hale Irwin.
There are 24 CoVEs in the North-East which deliver outstanding vocational training across the region.
Matt Johnson, CoVE manager, said: "With our CoVE status we have been able to develop and enhance existing specialised vocational training; focusing on meeting skills needs of employers locally, regionally and nationally.
They had just finished working in their favorite cove, the drawings and manuscripts space, tracing enlargements from Jan van Kessel II's mid- 17th-century ink and watercolor ``Butterflies, Insects and Currants'' on a light table with colored pencils.
People who come to this park are naturally drawn to the ocean, to Spooner's Cove,'' said Nancy Dreher, curator of the nearby Morro Bay Museum of Natural History.
Held at Stoneleigh Park, the inaugural CoVE conference, entitled 'Bridging the Skills Gap' was hailed a success by almost 100 delegates present, ranging from college principals to local employers.
Most divers just don their gear and walk into the water at Whaler's Cove.
COVES is a broadband internet portal offering a single point of contact, allowing engineering firms, building owners, and government agencies to collaborate and tackle Environmental, Occupational Health, Fire Safety and Emergency Response Planning issues during the design stage of buildings.
Friends of Castaic Lake, a nonprofit group that raised and donated more than $3,000 to purchase the fish, sought coves rich with underwater vegetation that they hope will provide a protective habitat for the Florida largemouth bass fingerlings.
There's a narrow spit of sand between the two coves, and at busy times it can look like Hermosa Beach on a sunny summer day.
You see dramatic rock formations protruding from the sapphire waters of the quiet cove, yes, but as your gaze ventures inland, you survey a moonscape.
Our first destination was a scenic cove, where we would land to snap a few photos.