crow's nest


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crow's nest

[′krōz ‚nest]
(engineering)
An elevated passageway for personnel located at the top of a derrick, refinery, or similar installation.
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2 moved forward to the section of Cemetery Avenue due west of the Crow's Nest and south of Unicorn Avenue.
The Crow's Nest was revealed to be bristling with machine gun bunkers and nests.
11 platoons of the support company were established on the Crow's Nest as a main line of defence and the final two platoons of the reserve company took up their positions behind the Crow's Nest.
Hans Trench had previously supplied the Crow's Nest and ran forward from the D-Q Line, terminating on the Crow's Nest's east side (in its lee, from the German perspective).
GOOD BET: Etone students Leah Corbett, Rhiannon Samuel, Chloe Moultrie and Sophie Evans promote their fundraising race night, with (back, from left) Dean Painter, Joy Sanders and Paul Harris, from the Crow's Nest pub in Nuneaton
90, the first cash he saw since going into the Crow's Nest.
They also wish to state they have met with sympathy from the people of Winnipeg, who seem to know the state of affairs in the Crow's Nest.
The Britannia Park also has a nautical theme with a mini crow's nest and a ship's mast.
Turn It Down is still negotiating with Crow's Nest and Metal Haven, Massa said, adding that the group is hoping to organize Hoffman Estates residents to pressure Record Breakers.
Brad Hathaway, manager of Crow's Nest, believes his store was wrongfully accused.
But he went through a list of white power bands the students had provided, and could only find one in Crow's Nest, by the band Bludgeon.
The dog named Buster by pub staff, with Crow's Nest assistant manager Mark Randle.