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prow

the bow of a vessel

prow

[prau̇]
(naval architecture)
The bow of a ship, especially the part above the waterline.
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In the video is seen that the immigrant, who was rescued alive at the end of the operation, is being rescued successfully on the prows of sunken boat by teams of helicopter belonging to Turkish Coast Guard and also seen how he was in dire strait and on the verge of passing away.
The crews of the two Type 45 Destroyers HMS Duncan (pictured) and HMS Dragon have created the red noses which are attached to the ships' prows out of their seaborne training targets which are known as a "killer tomato".
As a member of the Highways and Traffic Committee (which has a statutory duty to keep PROWs open) he should have done this simple check.
One of the council priorities is to support older people to be healthy, active and involved in their communities, this is made increasingly difficult when they cannot get out and about and the PROWs are neglected.
Swedish consulting group Sweco (STO:SWECB) said today it had taken over local sector player PROWS, Industriell Process och VVS, without disclosing the purchase price.
Joseph Prows is one resident who believes he will likely remain in Alaska.
We want to work with developers to protect existing PROWs and build in new, functional paths where major development is taking place.
We know the incoming British wave is gonna be huge," said Mark Prows, boss of the Arena at MGM Grand's hotel complex.
Cindy Prows, MSN, RN, a clinical nurse specialist at Cincinnati Children's Hospital and the Program Director for the Genetics Education Program for Nurses notes that comments from the pilot testing of the module were extremely positive.
During the rainy season, we get a dramatic increase in accidents,'' said California Highway Patrol spokeswoman Lydia Martinez Prows.
Shine on, in, and around To light up our sterns and our prows And to keep us out of trouble By showing us the waves That loop around our boat
The interior is expressed externally, and in the process, the architects have employed imagery that is both marine and festive, evoking associations with hulls and prows, and obscurely, with the restraining masts of circus tents.