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This is the pole connected to the mainsail which controls the angle of the sail to the wind.
The potential to continue to operate The Suites at Mainsail Village as an extended stay hotel or to convert it to a multi family rental property fueled strong interest from both hotel and multifamily investors," said Richard Swartz, managing director and principal of Sonnenblick-Goldman.
With a sigh, I turned to the shipwreck and placed the melting mainsail back in its original spot.
The Mainsail report cited another study which concluded that "corporations spend millions on PR and yet the press sections of their websites often fail to meet journalists' most basic information needs.
Founded in 1997, Mainsail Networks is a privately held company that designs, develops, and markets integrated multiservice access solutions for next-generation optical networks.
And no matter how many man-overboard drills have been performed, they will not help to resolve a mainsail that can't be hoisted after the engine goes poof, as the authors of ``What Now Skipper?
The boats are designed to carry a huge mainsail, one that can generate power from even light breeze to plow twin, iron dedges through the hard oyster rocks.
Stars and Stripes' most striking feature is that its mainsail doesn't look like a sail at all, but rather a solid, vertical wing like those used by the much smaller class-C racing catamarans.
A few use four channels: for the rudder, mainsail, jib, and mast tension.
Barranquilla Container Terminal will deploy Tideworks' Mainsail Terminal Management System[R], Forecast[R] by Tideworks and Spinnaker Planning Management System[R] to manage container operations.
Steelwedge" or the "Company"), a portfolio company of Mainsail Partners and Camden Partners.
has announced that it has raised a significant growth equity investment from Mainsail Partners.
19 metres DISPLACEMENT 4,216 kg BALLAST 1,594 kg +ENGINE 21 HP WATER 98 litres FUEL 50 litres SAIL AREA Mainsail & Genoa: 69.
I rolled the gennaker, trimmed in the mainsail, eased off the mast rotator and runners and spun the boat into the wind.
12pm the mainsail, which had carried the 68-year-old lone voyager 119 days from Sydney across the Pacific, around the storms of Cape Horn and through the Atlantic - came down.
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