In 1872 he suggested the use of caustic lime to prevent the corrosion of iron ships by the bilge water, which he noticed was acid, and in 1878 he began a determination of the velocity of white and coloured light by a modification of H.
Eustace, who had concealed himself in the bilge, was dragged out.
You are the deckhand, the cannon loader, the guy in the crow's nest or the pirate bucketing the bilge.
Well, HE'S dead now, he is--as dead as bilge; and who's to sail this ship, I don't see.
She has a round bilge, which is typical for this type of craft.
The only film that ever made me walk out of the cinema was Bonfire of the Vanities - utter bilge.
Start each trip with a dry bilge and check at the end of every voyage.
But the moment they started half-heartedly churning out radio-friendly bilge they became pretty big.
Accompanying the usual bilge about Edwards surrounding himself with the best business brains there is an inevitable piece about United's world domination.
Some loaded as little as 15 tons with a very rounded bilge.
bilge pump below the leaking anchor locker.
bilge alarm had sounded alerting the crew, who managed to abandon the vessel to the liferafts.
bilge stringers were copper nailed through the frames, two nails per frame, round on the inside.
bilge keel yacht is more suited to this approach than a fin keeled yacht.
bilge keel version of the Senior was produced for that very reason.
heretical thought here but how many people have dispensed with the bilge keels?
The main keel was different too, a deeper, heavier keel was used on the bilge keeler.
On the 21st May both bilge keels, made of Canadian rock elm were removed.
We then discovered a problem with the bilge pump.
Port side, possible bilge strakes, under which the ruler was found.
The bilge stringers were copper nailed through the frames, two nails per frame, round on the inside.
Well, HE'S dead now, he is--as dead as bilge; and who 's to sail this ship, I do n't see.
bilge keels, made of Canadian rock elm were removed.
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