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Definition of the noun inhaul
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noun - plural: inhauls
- [nautical] A rope used to haul in the clew of a sail, or a jib boom
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Compiled for the Use of the Training Ships of the Royal Navy by Charles Burney (Captain.)
The inhaul is a single rope, with a hook spliced in it, which is hooked to the thimble in the head of the sail, led along the gaff through a block at the jaws of the gaff on deck: The Tack-Tricing Line. The tack-tricing line is a double whip, the upper ...
by Heinrich Paasch
Inhaul. The rope by which the upper portion of a spanker, trysail, etc. is hauled in along a ...
a cyclopedia of words, terms, phrases and data used in the mechanic arts, trades and sciences by Nehemiah Hawkins
Inhaul. — A rope used to draw in the jib boom or flying jib boom. Initial.— That which begins anything, or the state of any given ...
Originally Published as ÒFrom Keel to TruckÓ by Captain Heinrich Paasch
Inhaul » spanker— » trysail— » fore trysail— » main trysail— Hale-dedans. Hale- dedans de brigantine. Gross-Treisegel- Einholer. Jollentau (zum Ausbringen des Klüverbaums). Nockgording. Bagien-Nockgording. Fock-Nockgording. Gross-N ...
A Dictionary of Sea Terms (1898)
For the Use of Yachtsmen, Amateur Boatmen, and Beginners by A. Ansted
Jib inhaul. 11. ,, outhaul. Rigging out is fitting out or “dressing "a boat when. A DICTIONARY OF SEA TERMS. 219 No.
Being a Description of Tools, Instruments, Machines, Processes, and Engineering
INHAUL. INJECTOR. charged with air under pressure; it was carried on the back, and provided with a flexible tube £ around to the mouth of the bearer, and provide with an inwardly and an outwardly opening valve for inspiration and expiration ...
by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press
inhaul cable Mechanical Engineering, a line that pulls a ...
The Chambers Dictionary (1998)
inhaul in hoi or inhauler -,». (naut) n a rope or line for hauling in something, eg a ...
Oxford Dictionary of English (2010)
by Angus Stevenson
inhaul 7noun Sailing a rope used to haul in the clew ofa sail. inhere /ɪnˈhɪə/ 7verb [no obj.] (inhere in/within)formal exist essentially or permanently in: the potential for change that inheres within the adult ...
by Uli Gelbrich, Georg Reinwaldt
inhaul cable Zugseil n (Kabelbagger) inherent colour Eigenfarbe f ...
Technical Dictionary (1999)
by Colette Crielesi, Giuseppe Landucci
cavo elettrico * feeder cable, cavo di distribuzione * hauling cable, fune traente * hoist cable, cavo di sollevamento * inhaul cable, cavo di avanzamento della benna * lead covered cable, cavo sotto piombo * load-bearing cable, fune portante ...
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Scrabble value of I1N1H4A1U1L1
The value of this 6-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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