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small bushy deciduous tree native to Asia and North Africa having pretty pink blossoms and highly prized edible nuts enclosed in a hard green hull; cultivated in southern Australia and California almond , Amygdalus communis , Prunus amygdalus , Prunus dulcis , sweet almond
rounded part of a ship's hull bilge
lower part of a ship's hull bilge
process of making a (steel) ship's hull nonmagnetic by producing an opposing magnetic field degaussing
suspension bridge at Hull, England; 4,626 feet long Humber Bridge
one of the main longitudinal beams (or plates) of the hull of a vessel; can extend vertically into the water to provide lateral stability keel
hull part keel
(nautical) a marine mine that is detonated by a mechanism that responds to magnetic material (as the steel hull of a ship) magnetic mine
(shipbuilding) the point of intersection between two vertical lines, one line through the center of buoyancy of the hull of a ship in equilibrium and the other line through the center of buoyancy of the hull when the ship is inclined to one side; the dist metacenter , metacentre
stabilizer for a canoe; spars attach to a shaped log or float parallel to the hull outrigger
sailboat, light with flat hull sailboard
brace consisting of a longitudinal member to strengthen a fuselage or hull stringer
(usually plural) weather deck; the part of a ship's hull that is above the waterline topside
line corresponding to the surface of the water when the vessel is afloat on an even keel; often painted on the hull of a ship water level , water line , waterline
exposure to the wind (as the exposed part of a vessel's hull which is responsible for wind resistance) windage , wind exposure
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