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1. a single oar moved from side to side over the stern of a boat to propel it
2. one of a pair of short-handled oars, both of which are pulled by one oarsman, esp in a racing shell
3. a racing shell propelled by an oarsman or oarsmen pulling two oars
4. a race between racing shells, each propelled by one, two, or four oarsmen pulling two oars
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Drake and Scull under the deal will build a water injection network installation project at the oil field.
Drake and Scull Oil & Gas (DSOG) will oversee the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of a gas supply pipeline system to a power plant in addition to water injection systems consisting of flow lines, trunk lines, manifolds stations and wellheads hook-up work to enhance oil recovery.
Since her return two years ago the 40-year-old has forged a new double sculls partnership with Vicky Thornley.
A back injury to Swarn Singh Virk, who won bronze at the 2014 Asian Games, saw Bhokanal take the place of India's first choice singles scull rower.
The project is very technically challenging and will be a showcase of our core engineering (MEP) and design expertise," said Ahmad Al Naser, Managing Director of Drake & Scull Engineering.
Drake & Scull Engineering will deliver its MEP services for five hospitality buildings ranging between 15 and 19 floors.
With the projected increase in UAE's population as a result of the upcoming growth in the real estate sector due to the 2020 Expo, the demand for critical and quality healthcare is at an all-time high," said Ahmad Al Naser, Managing Director of Drake & Scull Engineering.
It was a family celebration with younger sister Kaya Saccheri responsible for steering in her Women's Junior 17 Quad scull crew to victory, sculling as hard as possible with Kay Shimmin, Frankie Wightman and Rosa Kusabbi.
A staple in the Northeast during the late 1800s and early 1900s, scull boats were utilized by grizzled watermen in the glory days of market hunting.
British brothers Peter and Richard Chambers added a bronze in the lightweight men's double scull, but there was disappointment for the British men's eight who fell just short of the podium in fourth.
She was third in the open women's single scull in a time of 7:36.