paddlewheel


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Synonyms for paddlewheel

a large wheel fitted with paddles and driven by an engine in order to propel a boat

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The unit cell of the complex consists of dimeric units with overall paddlewheel conformation.
The peep apertures are mounted on a crossbar in a sort of paddlewheel setup and click into place.
It's basically a butt-up feeder decoy with a bright orange paddlewheel for legs.
17 March, 12 May, 15, 29 September & 24 November 2017 Discover America's premier music cities, and take a classic paddlewheel steamer cruise on 'Ol' Man River', the mighty Mississippi.
16 days from PS3195 Flying from Newcastle, 17 March, 12 May, 15, 29 September & 24 November 2017 Discover America's premier music cities, and take a classic paddlewheel steamer cruise on 'Ol' Man River', the mighty Mississippi.
FLYING FROM AN AIRPORT NEAR YOU The American Queen - New Orleans, Memphis Discover & Nashville 16 days from PS2995 Flying from London Heathrow, 17 March, 12 May, 15, 29 September & 24 November 2017 Discover America's premier music cities, and take a classic paddlewheel steamer cruise on 'Ol' Man River', the mighty Mississippi.
Construction workers removed the old Boatmen's signs, with their iconic paddlewheel riverboat logo, and replaced them with red-and-blue print that read, plainly, NationsBank.
The latter's still-entertaining all-American hero remains tied to that period, while Keaton's otherworldly persona and minimalist "Great Stone Face" belong to the past present, and future, such as his Sisyphus-like fate of endless walking on a riverboat paddlewheel in the short subject "Day Dreams" (1922).
Synopsis: Paddy Quinn, the boy who ate rattlesnakes, and lost a hand to a cannon blast during the Mexican War, returns as a famous Civil War correspondent and battlefield sketch artist in James Alexander Thom's new novel, "Fire in the Water" The central action in this novel is the tragic explosion and burning of the paddlewheel steamboat Sultanta near Memphis in the last days of the Civil War, killing some 1,800 homebound Yankee survivors of the hellish Andersonville prisoner-of-war camp in Georgia.
With available measurement ranges from 0.1 to 60.0 GPM (0.4 to 227 LPM), the Gems RotorFlow line features a paddlewheel design which combines high-visibility composite rotors and durable solidstate electronics.
The device is a paddlewheel type leveler that monitors the level of dry bulk material and indicates when there has been a change.
The 12-storey Clarion, located just off the Las Vegas Strip, opened in 1970 as the Royal Inn and changed ownership over the years becoming known by several names including the Royal Americana Hotel, The Paddlewheel Hotel Casino, the Debbie Reynolds Hollywood Hotel and the Greek Isles Hotel & Casino.
Notable deep water structures include the L tower, the California, Fantastico and the Paddlewheel wreck.