paddle blade

paddle blade

paddle blade
A propeller blade with an unusually wide chord near the tip.
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Start cooling batch, switch to a paddle blade and mix with slow speed.
The cycle begins when the paddle blade enters the water initiating the draw phase, where the paddle is pulled through the water.
Leo wrote, "with each stroke followed by a pause as drops of water fall from the raised paddle blade onto the river's luminous surface, and ripples from the passage of the boat spread outward in perfect symmetry.
In addition to the typical pointed end used for poling or staking out, it features a long, narrow paddle blade rather than the traditional duckfoot, to aid in steering as well as pushing off.
The combination of the optional chopper motor and the unique time-tested paddle blade design will produce a superior product mix.
The object of the game is to advance the ball, using either hands or paddle blade, into the opposing team's goal more times than they can put it in the net your team is defending.
The advantage here is that while the working paddle blade is pushing in the water, the free blade is already on its way to the start of its stroke--unlike a canoe blade which wastes much more of its time out of the water.
Then I used the paddle like an axe and started to hit it over the head, snapping the paddle blade, and it finally went away.
You swat at the foam with your right paddle blade, trying to stay upright as the hole kicks and bucks you like a bull.
In the case of the nylon paddle blade pictured here, adding just 0.
The paddler uses the ends of the boat as they would a paddle blade," says Dempsey.
The fish trapped in the paddle blade has a conversation balloon that reads "Help