gunnel


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  • noun

Synonyms for gunnel

wale at the top of the side of boat

Related Words

small eellike fishes common in shallow waters of the northern Atlantic

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Color pigments in the penpoint gunnel Apodichthys flavidus and their ecological significance.
That's where the training with Gunnel Berry came in.
And then convince herself that the soul straddling the gunnel is actually climbing on the back of this demon to join another soul who "is already astride him" (115)?
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Mr Chisholm, a former member of the Redcar Lifeboat shore crew, said before the new sea defences were put in place at Redcar, people, horse riders and vehicles could get off the beach opposite Green Lane along a gunnel.
The Board members Nils Arthur, Staffan Hakanson, Lars Johansson, Lars Renstrom, Gunnel Smedstad and Kjell Svensson, were re-elected.
When smooth gel coat gets wet it loses any ability to offer grip and stepping from a dock on to a wet gunnel can have serious consequences.
Rolf Lassgard, Gunnel Fred and Tomas Laustiola head the cast.
Also Olympic gold medallist, Sally Gunnel will be visiting Ravenswood soon to talk about her experiences and to answer some questions.
Board members Bjorn Bjornsson, Jan Blomberg, Hans Carlsson, Gunnel Duveblad, Bernt Magnusson, Gunnar Palme, Carl Wilhelm Ros and Per Tegner were re-elected.
The hull has a lower gunnel height when compared to other bay boats in the same size range.
Crime reduction officer, PC Chris Gunnel said: "We welcome the sentence passed by the court.
Mum-of-two Gunnel Bal, another Hodgetts Lane resident, said: "We don't want to move, but we may have to consider it, as it will cut through our garden.
The match, which was scheduled to be played at Llandarcy, was switched to Pencoed due to a waterlogged pitch and James McKenna, Lee Gunnel and Chris Keane all crossed for the visitors.