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cowling

a streamlined metal covering, esp one fitted around an aircraft engine

cowling

[′kau̇·liŋ]
(aerospace engineering)
The streamlined metal cover of an aircraft engine.
(engineering)
A metal cover that houses an engine.
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In Cowling's case, Tefteller said, the staff problems weren't as much the problem as the county's strict medical policy that prohibited Cowling from getting the medication she needed, which was in her purse at that jail.
For Cowling, the answer was in prioritising and personal discipline.
In evidence, Cowling admitted she had put the patients'health at risk when she made the changes.
You can tell the consumer what they should do, or you can listen to their concerns," Cowling said.
Mr Cowling said: 'With 98 per cent of households having TVs and the extent to which TV is becoming a tool of social inclusion rather than just a luxury item, the licence fee should come from income tax paid by individuals and not a 'poll tax' paid per household.
To my amazement, the crumpled cowling was holding perfectly steady in the turbulent air right behind the propeller.
And the favour was returned when Cowling crossed for the determined Lillis to head home for his fourth of the fledgling campaign.
The cowling has open crevices and other places where nuts, bolts, and screws could fall in and become lodged in the cowling.
For the five days she was in Gregg County Jail, Cowling and her family members pleaded with officials to give her the medicines that sat in her purse in the jail's storage room.
Barbara Cowling, CROW manager, Ben Mochrie, CROW warehouse manager and (back) Patrick McCarroll, Ian Beebe, Scott Trippass, Andrew Farrington, Andy Brown and John Gatter.
Danielle Cowling, 22, a freelance set designer from Yarm: "The Jolly Postman was one I had when I was growing up and it had bits and pieces in it to play with.