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Synonyms for yawl

a ship's small boat (usually rowed by 4 or 6 oars)

a sailing vessel with two masts


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The Broughton brothers hope to return the yawl to its former glory with a strong performance.
We developed a YAWL codelet that accepts input and provides output using pre-specified data types to interface with Odoo (Evermann, 2013).
Modern Business Process Automation: YAWL and its support environment, Springer.
It did not come as a shock or a surprise but I immediately felt a sickening sense of guilt and shame and I allowed myself to be carried past the anchored yawl and too far out into the sound, so that it was a struggle and a hard swim to get back.
Amitus hesperidum (Silvestri) (Hymenoptera: Platygastridae), Copidosoma floridanum (Ashmead) (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), Kapala sulcifacies (Cameron) (Hymenoptera: Eucharitidae), Anagrus erythroneurae (Trjapitzin and Chiappini), Anagrus giraulti (Crawford), Anagrus sophiae (Dozier), Anaphes yawl (Girault), Anaphes ovijentatus (Crosby and Leonard) (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae), Leptopilina boulardi (Barbotin, Carton and Kelner-Pillaut) and Trybliographa rapae (Westwood) (Hymenoptera: Eucoilidae) showed immature eggs in their ovaries at emergence (JERVIS et al.
She rolled over and foundered after her crew launched the yawl.
Such praise would be better applied to an experienced sailor who captains a ship rather than to a businessman safely at anchor on a mere yawl.
In Sacred Hunger, a few crew members set off in a yawl for a station upriver, where Paris meets a mercurial young European factor, described as "very white in the face," who talked with "a febrile eagerness" (251).
The Translate into workflow activity receives the output of the planner and translates it into an abstract workflow in the format used for specifying workflows in the execution platform, in our case, the YAWL workflow modelling language [23].
In this reissue of the 1997 compact book, marine historian Bray and marine photographer Mendlowitz team to celebrate all types of wooden boats built in the early to late 20th century, from a cat-rigged boat to a yawl.
Yawl, unplaced when 4-1 in 1993, is the longest-priced favourite in the last 20 years.
7) YaWl Ronen, ICC Jurisdiction Over Acts Committed in the Gaza Strip, 8 J.
THE jumpers are beginning to take centre stage and Yawl Springs can do the business for us on a decent little card at Kempton.
I took that to be a reference to something an Inuit elder had said before we boarded a fishing yawl in the closest community, Rankin Inlet, and began our expedition to Marble Island: 'You must crawl.
Without treatment, hyperthyroidism is often fatal, so a complete physical exam and a blood test looking for increased thyroid hormone (T4) should be your first step in determining what's causing Decker to yawl at night.