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yardarm

Nautical the two tapering outer ends of a ship's yard

yardarm

[′yär‚därm]
(naval architecture)
One of the ends of a yard.
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Theirmostcommittedfanshave alreadybaggedspotsbythestage's frontrailbeforethesunisfaroverthe yardarm,metaphoricallyspeaking, becausetherearenoyardarmsatHQ, andthisbeingtheGreatBritish Summer, ithasbeendayssince anyonecaughtsightofthesun .
Alabama built its robot from off-the-shelf components: an iRobot Create mobile base, a Lynxmotion AL5D hobbyist arm, and a wooden yardarm on which was mounted a Zii EGG handheld computer running the Android operating system.
"The sun's over the yardarm," added Jonathan Agnew with a touch more subtlety.
Unlike Dorotea, however, Ana Felix's speech is both urgent and important because she is been found guilty of homicide and is about to be hung from a yardarm. Even as she starts her discourse, the rope is around her neck.
Cruise ship Via Australis passes the Piloto glacier IT will be some hours before the sun is over the yardarm. It has barely risen and the morning light still has a golden glow.
She might secure you to a yardarm somewhere.) Ms Bowman finished three courses toward an MBA and coauthored an article on inventory of NWRM for the Air Force Journal of Logistics.
Nelson allegedly signed the order for him to be hanged from the yardarm of the Minerva.
"The sun is still on the port side of the yardarm."
What is certain is that cross- and arch-shapes, visible and hidden, define the ship in all planes: as we have seen Donne suggesting, mainyard and yardarm describe a cross in their articulation upon the mast; seen from above--from a God's-eye or bird's-eye view--the prow takes the shape of a Gothic arch; in the same horizontal plane, but in this case unseen (except to the shipwright), there are the crossed timbers of the keel; and in section the ship is a series of Gothic vaults turned upside-down.
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