tondal

tondal

[′tənd·əl]
(mechanics)
A unit of force equal to the force which will impart an acceleration of 1 foot per second to a mass of 1 long ton; equal to approximately 309.6911 newtons.
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Madrid writes that the Camalig survivors were relocated to Tondal (H), which was later called 'Nuevo Camalig.
Tenders are invited for Tondal water supply scheme, tal-khandala, dist-satara
Another manuscript in the show, The Visions of Tondal (J.
On folio 17, the knight Tondal and his guardian angel observe the beast Acheron, devourer of the avaricious (Fig.
Eschewing the gory for the sublime, Marmion's underworld scenes transcend their ostensible purpose to provoke pious dread in their viewers; in Margaret of Yorks' Tondal manuscript, the artist has transformed hell into a world of mesmerising beauty.
Turning from the exotic and exuberant in the Spinola Hours to the sublime and beautiful in The Visions of Tondal, the third object to be discussed here introduces a supposedly modern scientific vantage on hell, as it was envisaged in the Renaissance.
COVE will line-up with new signing Kevin Tondal from Peterhead as they journey to face LOSSIEMOUTH, who are still looking for a boss.
Through borders of fronds, scrolls and spring flowers Simon Marmion dogs Tondal from his supposed death: in Hell cowering from an unenticing invitation into the flaming cave of a minotaur-like figure; through Purgatory, where he meets the 'bad but not very bad' and the 'good but not very good'; to the fringes of Paradise.
When Iwona herself sees the spirit of her dead lover, Tondal, beckoning her--'Du strekst gegen mich aus die Nebelarme'--this recalls the gesture of Cormac's father, Trenmar [sic], in 'Ullin's und Linuf 's Gesang': 'sie [die bleiche Gestalt] streckt uber Cormac den Nebelarm' (p.
Toskar and Tondal are told that Carno has died in battle.
Together with his accomplice Carber (corresponding to Dunkan in Die eiserne Maske), Ryno binds Tondal and deposits him, disguised in Ringulph's armour, in the tower of Malmor.
There is, for instance, no Tondal in Ossian (though the name would not in fact look out of place, since 'ton' is a popular prefix meaning 'wave').