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Synonyms for cowl

protective covering consisting of a metal part that covers the engine

a loose hood or hooded robe (as worn by a monk)

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cover with or as with a cowl

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Finished Size Cowl: 10" wide and 44" circumference.
The wind cowl, the world's largest landmark of its type, being lowered onto the assembly chamber yesterday.
"Besides sharing a common philosophy of achieving customer satisfaction, employee well-being and targeted profitability, the acquisition will allow EM Products' design engineers to use Cowl's in-house acoustic test laboratory to assist in new product development and verify that customer performance standards have been met or exceeded," said Brian Danaher, president of Phillips & Temro Industries.
* This hat and cowl are worked in the round from the bottom up.
Geraint Jewson, Director of Cowl, said the information from the mast would enable them to accurately record details of the climate and sea state as part of the development of the windfarm.
Cowl silencers are designed to offer premium sound attenuation in an overall package size that can be as low as one-third to one-half the size of traditional reactive silencers.
* Ensure that the cast-on and bind-off edges have sufficient elasticity to prevent pulling in the Bee Stitch body of the cowl.
Steve Salt, of the Renewable Energy Company, a partner in COWL, said they were delighted with the level of interest in the project, and that 80pc of the comments recorded were in favour of the proposed site.
You can look very classy in a sophisticated silver cowl back dress which shows you don't present all your assets up front all of the time.
Bright and windy is the message representatives of Celtic Offshore Wind Ltd (COWL) will use when they promote their project to set up 30 wind-powered turbines in the sea near Abergele at Technology 2001 - Tomorrow's Wales Exhibition in Llandudno .
Stranded colorwork forms the sugar skulls on this bright cowl for Dia de los Muertos.
I am particularly enamored with the Lacy Cowl Poncho, page 26.
Often creatures drop down to the back of fires and cause a much greater cost than having a cowl fitted.
See our Waffle Texture Infinity Cowl, page 78, and Claire Garter Cowl, page 56.