Weather-vane sentence example
- The weather vane is a fine piece of 18th century ironwork.
- This particular food is reflected in the shape of the weather vane atop the town's 16th century tolbooth.
- A motor will be used to make a weather vane.
- The former had a weather vane on its gable that was illustrated by Claude Messent in his book on the subject.
- Tower surmounted by a large ball (replica) on a 15-foot shaft, topped by a weather vane.Advertisement
- There was a brass weather vane and a painted sundial on the outside of the Hall but it is not known where these were.
- This particular food is reflected in the shape of the weather vane atop the town 's 16th century tolbooth.
- Scott 's initials appear in the weather vane at the very top of the Clock.
- It has a weather vane inspired by a similar feature from Red House and incorporating a ' B ' to signify the Bexleyheath logo.
- The weather vane on top of the dome was controversial at the time the church was consecrated in 1825.Advertisement
- The weather vane on the tower is called a banner type.
- At its top it sports a golden cockerel, speared to act as a weather-vane, and also bedecked with ribbons.
- Most children were able to produce simple procedures to turn on lights, sound the alarm and turn the weather vane.
- Kirkcudbright 's Tollbooth tower with its off-centre clock and splendid copper weather vane.
- The church consists of a clerestoried nave and choir, with a western tower; the eastward extension of the choir, the construction of the retrochoir and other works were undertaken in 1900 and consecrated in 1905 as a memorial to Dr Walsham How, the first bishop. During restoration of the spire (the height of which is 247 ft.) in 1905, records of previous work upon it were discovered in a sealed receptacle in the weather-vane.Advertisement
- Bell turret: square with horizontal timber boarding, pyramidal roof surmounted by weather vane and arrow.
- Scott's initials appear in the weather vane at the very top of the Clock.
- Kirkcudbright's Tollbooth tower with its off-centre clock and splendid copper weather vane.