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SERIES-CLINCHING GOAL
BEST PURE GOAL SCORERS
TORPEDO
TORPEDOES
BRETT HULL SCORES
ONE-PERSON SAILBOAT
GRIMSBY
SECOND DIVISION
CLOSED CONVEX HULL
CHARISMATIC BOBBY HULL
TONY ESPOSITO
GNER
ASSISTANT MANAGER
YORKSHIRE COAST LINE
LIGHT HULL
ZVEZDA SERVICE MODULE
IRON HULL
FORESTAY
HULL SHAPE
BURLING HULL
HULL DESIGN
HULL STINGRAYS
SINGLE HULL
NON-FRANCHISED
OUTER HULL
WOODEN HULL
RIVER HULL
GENERAL WILLIAM HULL
HULL NUMBER
CAPTAIN ISAAC HULL
WILLIAM HULL
KC STADIUM
HULL CITY
COPYRIGHT
KNOWLEDGE
LINCOLNSHIRE
COUNTY
SPEED
YEARS
ROBERT
CHANGES
SERVICE
HULL HOUSE
CHICAGO
GRAPHS
WHALES
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Hull is the central and oldest part of the city of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. (Web site)
  2. Hull was the Secretary of State responsible for foreign relations before and during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
  3. Hull was a friend of Nathan Hale and tried to dissuade Hale from the dangerous spy mission that would cost him his life.
  4. Hull was born in Pointe Anne (now part of Belleville), Ontario. (Web site)
  5. Hull was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983. (Web site)

Series-Clinching Goal

  1. When Hull scored his series-clinching goal in triple overtime of game six, his foot was in the crease but the puck was not. (Web site)
  2. Brett Hull of the Dallas Stars scored the series-clinching goal against the Buffalo Sabres.

Best Pure Goal Scorers

  1. Many thus regard Bossy along with Lemieux (as well as Bobby Hull and Richard) as the best pure goal scorers ever to play the game.

Torpedo

  1. If the hull was holed-by shellfire, mine, torpedo, or collision-then, in theory, only one area would flood and the ship could survive.

Torpedoes

  1. Torpedoes, like most deck mounted weapons, can be mounted anywhere on a hull (even on destroyers) without any weight change.

Brett Hull Scores

  1. June 19, 1999 – Brett Hull scores with 5:09 left in the third OT in game six to win the Stanley Cup for the Dallas Stars over the Buffalo Sabres.

One-Person Sailboat

  1. In the 1980s, Darby received a design patent for a one-person sailboat, the Darby 8 SS sidestep hull.

Grimsby

  1. It covered the former county boroughs of Grimsby and Kingston upon Hull. (Web site)

Second Division

  1. Hull reached the Second Division in 1985 under new player-manager Brian Horton.

Closed Convex Hull

  1. In this sense a convex polyhedron is the closed convex hull of a finite number of points and rays. (Web site)

Charismatic Bobby Hull

  1. Stan Mikita - While he may have been overshadowed a bit by the charismatic Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita may have been the better player of the two.

Tony Esposito

  1. The next day, Tony Esposito recorded his 8th shutout of the season as Hull scored two goals in a 4-0 win at Chicago Stadium over the St. Louis Blues.

Gner

  1. It is managed by TransPennine Express, which provides train services along with Northern Rail, Hull Trains and GNER.

Assistant Manager

  1. I don't even know who the assistant manager of Hull is or what he looks like. (Web site)

Yorkshire Coast Line

  1. Services on the line are provided by Northern Rail, with a few trains continuing through Hull to the Yorkshire Coast Line.
  2. It is served by Bridlington railway station which is on the Yorkshire Coast Line that runs between Hull and Scarborough. (Web site)

Light Hull

  1. These measures save a lot of space inside the pressure hull, which is much heavier and takes longer to build than the light hull.

Zvezda Service Module

  1. During the spacewalk the crew will install a new hydrogen vent valve on the hull of the Zvezda Service Module to bypass a similar valve that is clogged. (Web site)

Iron Hull

  1. Built on the Thames, the ship had an iron hull and two paddle wheels. (Web site)

Forestay

  1. It provides an anchor point for the forestay(s), allowing the fore-mast to be stepped farther forward on the hull.

Hull Shape

  1. It had two torpedoes, new air systems, and a hull shape, propeller, and cruciform external controls anticipating much later designs. (Web site)
  2. A crucial element of the proposed invention is the wing or hull shape in the vicinity of the flapping foils. (Web site)

Burling Hull

  1. Burling Hull claimed to have invented the deck in 1909.

Hull Design

  1. This design of hull is inherently slower than almost any other hull design, giving an additional disadvantage to ships employing rams. (Web site)

Hull Stingrays

  1. The first game of Inline Sledge Hockey was played at Bisley, England on the 19th December 2009 between the Hull Stingrays and the Grimsby Redwings. (Web site)

Single Hull

  1. The ship has a small, single hull with warp nacelles that are pod-like in appearance.
  2. A vessel may have a single hull (called a monohull design), two in the case of catamarans, or three in the case of trimarans.

Non-Franchised

  1. We also operate Hull Trains, a non-franchised open access intercity passenger train operator, and we provide rail freight services through GB Railfreight. (Web site)
  2. We also operate Hull Trains, a non-franchised open access operator.

Outer Hull

  1. Inside the outer hull there is a strong hull, or pressure hull, which withstands sea pressure and has normal atmospheric pressure inside.

Wooden Hull

  1. La Gloire' s wooden hull was modelled on that of a steam ship of the line, reduced to one deck, sheathed in iron plates 4.5 inches (110 mm) thick. (Web site)

River Hull

  1. It is berthed in the river Hull in Hull, England, and is part of the city's Museums Quarter. (Web site)

General William Hull

  1. Opposing him at Detroit was one of the most inept American leaders, General William Hull.

Hull Number

  1. Additionally, each ship is given a letter-based hull classification symbol (for example CVN or DDG) to indicate the vessel's type and a hull number.
  2. The ships carry the US Navy hull designations: T for Military Sealift Command and AKR for fast sealift ship, followed by the hull number. (Web site)

Captain Isaac Hull

  1. In Boston, Captain Isaac Hull and his men so badly damaged the British ship Guerreire that Hull ordered it burned because it was no longer useful.

William Hull

  1. A nephew of William Hull, he was master of a ship by age 19. (Web site)

Kc Stadium

  1. Hull City have been told by Wigan Athletic boss Steve Bruce that he is close to calling off the transfer of striker Marlon King to the KC Stadium.
  2. The KC Stadium has also witnessed the rise of Hull FC from play-off contenders to championship contenders.

Hull City

  1. Brian Horton (born February 4, 1949 in Hednesford) is an English football manager, currently working as the assistant manager at Hull City.
  2. Hull City reached the Second Division in 1985 under new player-manager Brian Horton. (Web site)
  3. Horton became player-manager of Hull City a year later, winning promotion to the Second Division in 1985. (Web site)

Copyright

  1. Hull also agreed to renew the copyright and assign the motion picture rights during the renewal term to the purchaser Moskowitz. (Web site)

Knowledge

  1. The difference in drag, along a 16-20 foot hull, between a wet sanded hull and a waxed hull has never been experimentally confirmed, to my knowledge. (Web site)

Lincolnshire

  1. The Humber Bridge, a road-only bridge, and part of the A15, links Hessle, west of Hull, with Barton-upon-Humber in Lincolnshire.
  2. Alderton was born at Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, but grew up in Kingston upon Hull where he attended Kingston High School.

County

  1. For ceremonial purposes the county also includes the city of Kingston upon Hull, which is a separate unitary authority.

Speed

  1. Bobby Hull was famous for the speed and accuracy of his 120 mph slapshot, that many others would soon try to imitate.
  2. Our hull design synthesizes desirable aspects of both monohull and existing catamaran technologies to create a stable, responsive ride at any speed.

Years

  1. William Hull was a military and political leader in the Midwest in the years after the American Revolution.
  2. He joined Hull City in 1949 and Manchester City two years later.

Robert

  1. Dr. Robert C. Hull is a dentist focusing on cosmetic dental procedures such as teeth whitening, dental implants, and veneers.

Changes

  1. Changes to the hull gave a more complete internal protection and allowed the larger ships to make the same speed with the same powerplant.
  2. Development classes: Most dinghy classes have a fairly fixed layout of sails and hull design, and changes are very infrequent.

Service

  1. Other Navy vessels classified as "in service" are simply identified by their name (if any) and hull number, with no prefix. (Web site)

Hull House

  1. Buy 20 Years at Hull House by ADDAMS JANE for cheap at Save 50 - 90% on new and used books.

Chicago

  1. In 1889 she and Ellen Gates Starr co-founded Hull House in Chicago, Illinois, one of the first settlement houses in the United States. (Web site)
  2. Hull, Mikita, Pilote, and Hall became preeminent stars in Chicago, and all four would eventually be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
  3. In 1899 Kropotkin moved to Chicago and lived in the Hull House settlement.

Graphs

  1. Maria Luz Puertas Strong product of graphs: geodetic and hull numbers and boundary-type sets. (Web site)

Whales

  1. The Whales Forever was rammed by the Norwegian destroyer Andenes, fired upon, and had two depth charges deployed under the hull. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Matter > Liquids > Water > Ship
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  3. Matter > Liquids > Water > Boat
  4. Vessel
  5. Deck

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