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- customarily followed by a command to "man the lifeboats" or life rafts. Abeam On the beam, a relative bearing at right angles to the ship's keel Able...
- these fears by creating a fictional airborne unit. Clarke began Operation Abeam in January 1941 by creating a paper trail for the 1st SAS Brigade. The fictional...
- flag) to the half-mast position and back to the truck as the vessels p**** abeam of each other. The half-mast position in this case being one flag width...
- confluence) Punta de Vacas abeam Uspallata 32°40′15″S 69°21′55″W / 32.67083°S 69.36528°W / -32.67083; -69.36528 (abeam Uspallata) Uspallata Potrerillos...
- 45-minute 'westbound' (actually a polar route northbound to 130 km (70 nm) abeam the North Pole, then south across Russia, Mongolia and the People's Republic...
- tailhook he could have bagged a number 3 wire. He bounced once and came stop abeam of the island, amid a wildly cheering, arms-waving flight deck crew. Buang...
- roof. The turret barbettes' armor is Cl**** A with 17.3 inches (439 mm) abeam and 11.6 inches (295 mm) facing the centerline, extending down to the main...
- forms of modern prepositions listed above. abaft (nautical or archaic) abeam (nautical) aboon, abun, abune (dialectal) afront (dialectal or archaic)...
- the Forrestals were 100 feet (30 m) longer and nearly 20 feet (6 m) wider abeam, resulting in a far more stable and comfortable aircraft platform even in...
- shipbuilding, any vertical panel was called a "head". So walls installed abeam (side-to-side) in a vessel's hull were called "bulkheads".[dubious – discuss]...
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