is a civil parish about
(5 km) east of Shipston-on-Stour in Warwickshire, England. It includes
the two villages
(/ˈbreɪl/ BRAYL; Braille: ⠃⠗⠇; French: [bʁaj]) is a tactile writing system
used by people
who are visually
impaired. It is traditionally
(active c. 1230 – c. 1260) was an English Early Gothic
m****cript illuminator, presumably
born in Brailes
, Warwickshire. He signed...
- sails. The mainsail
was loose-footed and set up with a sprit, and was brailed
to the mast when not needed. It is sheeted
to a horse, as is the foresail;...
and unloading. The entire
sail can be quickly brailed
to the mast. The overriding advantage
in open water. Barges
- Maria Antonia Braile
was an Italian-arbëreshë writer
and the first Albanian woman writer
to ever publish literature
in Albanian. She was born in San Demetrio...
- Marshall Islanders
sailing, with sails brailed
(reefed), c. 1899–1900...
is a village
and civil parish
(27 km) south
of Warwick, in the Stratford-on-Avon district
of Warwickshire, England. Adjacent...
- Bearley, Beaudesert, Bidford-on-Avon, Billesley, Binton, Bishops
, Broom, Burmington, Burton
D****ett, Butlers Marston
- two Days of Creation
(separation of light
and darkness; separation
of the primordial waters
by the firmament), William
Ms. W.106 (c. 1250)....