wind filling

beam fill, beam filling

Masonry, brickwork, or cement fill, usually between joists or horizontal beams at their supports; provides increased fire resistance.
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As they went cutting sidewise through the water, the sails bellied taut, with the wind filling and overflowing them.
But with a steady wind filling their sail, Al Muhairi managed to steer Raad to victory leaving Al Tabar and Al Douz in the next two positions.
In no time there was a perceptible dip in the temperature with the cool wind filling up my helmet and drying the remnants of sweat from my riding jacket.
In waste the answer repeats itself--I see the same bag caught in a tree, wind filling and emptying its shape, and my argument--not one I make, because it seems already made for me--is complete.
Suddenly, John Ross-Duggan and Mike Strahle spotted wind filling in over the water.
wind filling the blue trees bluer with the blue dusk.
We jerk upward, pulled by the wind filling the chute.
They can trace the observed ultrahigh-energy particles directly back to M87 by assuming that our Milky Way has a large, thin "galactic wind" carrying a magnetic field out to great distances, much like the Sun's solar wind filling the solar system.
"When you actually see her set sail, and the wind filling all those sails, you can't help but just go back in time and feel what it was like a century ago," he said.