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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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Drawing as much on the icy confidence of Mill's prose as on his ideas, Cowling reveals an intolerant autocrat very different from the apostle of libertarian broadmindedness quoted approvingly by pundits like William E Buckley.
LITTLE FIGHTER: Billy Maskell, pictured with mum Nicola Cowling, is suffering with epilepsy and Dravey Syndrome Pictures by IAN MCINTYRE
Lift the aft end of the engine cowling to create a Vein gap between the engine pan and the aft firewall fireproof strip.
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.
In a statement, Cowling said: " I allowed my guard to drop and continued to respond in a manner that was totally inappropriate.
For Cowling, the answer was in prioritising and personal discipline.
You can tell the consumer what they should do, or you can listen to their concerns," Cowling said.
Mr Cowling said: 'It's been a long marriage but we have stuck together and helped each other through.
To my amazement, the crumpled cowling was holding perfectly steady in the turbulent air right behind the propeller.
It was Cowling, an intellectual influence behind the Thatcherite revolution of the 1980s, who first urged the young Michael to think seriously about politics.
I am delighted to assume this role and expand our brand by working closely with our customers, staff and nurses," Cowling said.