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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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The AAIB said it had been provided with photographs of the aircraft taken prior to take-off which showed the fan cowl doors unlatched on both engines.
This required opening the fan cowl doors on both engines to check oil levels.
Bombardier is the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of the Trent 700 inlet cowl and has been providing maintenance and support for over 15 years in Belfast and more recently Dallas and now at HAECO's component and avionics overhaul centre in Tseung Kwan, east of Hong Kong International Airport.
Although Friar's Cowl is poisonous, in times of famine the walnut shaped tubers are eaten; the poison is neutralised by drying and washing.
Although Cowl had played small parts in a dozen films starting in 1955, Sacha Guitry gave the reed-thin funnyman his bigscreen break in "Assassins et voleurs" and "Les trois font la paire" in 1957.
The top cowl is a large injection molded part measuring 33.
So within this known brief the design team began to model, simulate and refine the composition of the skylight components: a static element that comprised a precast cylinder know as a 'Cannon' (incorporating collapsible interstitial dim-out and black-out shading layers), a clear glass envelope, and a sculptural GRP shading cowl.
Strut Fan Cowl Support Beam for the Boeing 737 Hitchcock Industries, Inc.
Phillips & Temro Industries has taken a significant step in its Cowl silencer line with the introduction of a new range of compact silencers for engine-powered equipment applications.
Among her many successful roles were Jeannine in Lilac Time (1917) and Moonyean Claire and Kathleen Dungannon in 1,170 performances of Smilin' Through (1919-22); both plays were written by Alan Langdon Martin (pseudonym for Cowl and her most frequent collaborator, Jane Murfin) and produced by her husband, Adolph Klauber, drama critic for the New York Times.
Return to Swinging London in the 1960s with a big, bold, befringed cowl.
Tenders are invited for proposed construction of watchman room, lounge for visitors, painting for park in vijayanagar colony, cowl bazaar, ballari.