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prow

the bow of a vessel

prow

[prau̇]
(naval architecture)
The bow of a ship, especially the part above the waterline.
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And what sort of a figure should I cut in a foreign port with such an unpainted oaken stick as this over my prow! She must, and she shall, be painted to the life, from the topmost flower in her hat down to the silver spangles on her slippers."
Swinging the prow of my boat toward the right, I sought the river's rocky side, and there I lay while Matai Shang and Thurid approached up the center of the stream, which was much narrower than the Iss.
Then he shoved the boat out into the river, jumping aboard himself as its prow cleared the gravelly beach.
PRoW are invaluable to schools and parents when working on their Safer Routes to School journeys and offer safe off-road links for other walkers and members of the , and in some cases cyclists.
comes in line with PROW's strategy of expanding its partner program with state-of-the-art
The decision to partner with both companies comes in line with PROW's strategy of expanding its offerings with state-of-the-art IT, ICT and Telecoms tools and solutions in order to help its clients improve their performance on all levels.
Results (Welsh Wizards players first): Peter Creed lost to Greg Lobban 8-11, 8-11; Edmon Lopez lost to Adrian Waller 6-11, 4-11; Emyr Evans beat Ondrej Uherka 12-10, 12-10; Elliott Morris-Devred beat Nick Mulvey 12-10, 11-5; Tesni Evans beat Margot Prow 11-1, 11-7.
Dubai-headquartered IT solutions company PROW has agreed to utilise Noaris' AI and blockchain-based platform to help secure its clients' networks.
-More of the immigrants on the prow of the sunken boat
As a member of the Highways and Traffic Committee (which has a statutory duty to keep PROWs open) he should have done this simple check.
The Prow Fusion Interbody Fusion device and delivery system are intended for spinal transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion procedures.
ICU Nurse Manager Donna Prow "encourages nurses to ask critical questions, make decisions, and take initiative." Her number is in each patient room as well, with an invitation for families to call with any concerns.