gundeck

gundeck

[′gən‚dek]
(naval architecture)
A deck on old-time warships on which the ship's guns were carried.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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With little ventilation, the lower gundeck quickly filled with choking smoke from the guns.
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We think of him more like "a loose cannon on the gundeck." Connor's off the radar right now, but you can email Helena at TheMemsaab Helena@yahoo.com and she's way more fun to talk to.
Caroline Gundeck, executive director for Morgan Stanley's Global Wealth Management Group, was particularly impressed by the analytical skills of the Thurgood Marshall recruits that participated in Morgan Stanley's national sales internship program.
They were able to grasp the projects that we assigned and come up with innovative solutions to the challenges they faced," says Gundeck, who offered three of the Thurgood Marshall recruits permanent positions with Morgan Stanley.
The highlight is dinner on the gundeck of HMS Victory.
During renovations, the upper gundeck has been closed; it is scheduled to reopen in early 2002.
The ground floor of the fort is completely wheelchair accessible; the upper gundeck is not.
Dad began the war on the gundeck of his destroyer in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941--a story in itself for another time.