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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WEBSTER -- A proposed 75-foot Mississippi-style paddlewheel boat to give tours on Webster Lake got over a major hurdle Thursday night, when the town Conservation Commission accepted the proponent's notice of intent.
She is the last paddlewheel tug built for private owners and is one of only two surviving British-built paddle tugs.
Paddlewheel aerators are used to increase dissolved oxygen slightly while catfish are held in the sock.
Go on a Spirit of Vicksburg cruise on an authentic paddlewheel boat.
Using clamp-on transducers also eliminates welding and other costs associated with installing in-line paddlewheel, differential-pressure, or vortex flowmeters.
Model FLSC90-A fiber optic signal conditioner interfaces directly with the FP9000 and FP-9000A series LIGHT-SPEED paddlewheel flow sensors.
Participants in this outing will ride a paddlewheel riverboat through the waters of the park and then enjoy a sumptuous buffet.
The supersecret government project shrinks the medical research team to under corpuscle-size and then injects it into the subject's circulation (there to ride the great blood rivers and micropinpoint the problem, rooting it out completely at the subcellular level) only if the health of a statesman or military commander is in jeopardy; it's unthinkable they'd fund it for the purely wonder-stuffed pleasure of learning the body the way we'd paddlewheel up other unknown interiors, stopping to watercolor the spigoted caverns, meditate inside an expanse of densely webbed and brambled parkland, dig up a tussock, sing off-key, return home with a bag of souvenirs.
Hotel guests or those simply interested in a good meal can enjoy innovative dishes for lunch or dinner in the Pilothouse Restaurant, or snack on lighter fare with drinks in either the Paddlewheel Saloon or Delta Lounge.
For watching through windows, there was the boat's paddlewheel, turning, turning.
Di-tungsten Paddlewheel Complex Shows Lower Ionization Energy than Cesium II-24 Harvard University Develops Precursors of Tungsten II-24 Tungsten Rods Act as Heat Shields in Incandescent Bulbs II-24 Researchers from Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics Develop Tungsten-Based Catalyst II-24
WEBSTER -- "An Act relative to boating on Webster Lake'' is the latest chapter in the effort to keep Indian Ranch from placing a 75-foot Mississippi-style paddlewheel boat on the lake.
The Great Lakes paddlewheel liner was hastily cut down, converted to an aircraft carrier, and sent to Lake Michigan, where she would be based.
Had the weather been better, we could have cruised back to Heavenly on the Tahoe Queen paddlewheel boat, having dinner on the way.