Noun(1) dry outer covering of a fruit or seed or nut(2) persistent enlarged calyx at base of e.g. a strawberry or raspberry(3) United States naval officer who commanded the `Constitution' during the War of 1812 and won a series of brilliant victories against the British (1773-1843(4) United States diplomat who did the groundwork for creating the United Nations (1871-1955(5) a large fishing port in northeastern England(6) the frame or body of ship
Verb(1) remove the hulls from
(1) The hull sides and decks utilize a balsa wood core between fiberglass laminates for weight reduction and stiffness.(2) A fouled hull can reduce a ship's speed by 5 percent and increase fuel consumption by 40 percent.(3) The after sections are nearly flat with a radius of about 18 inches where the hull sides and bottom meet.(4) Four grams of embryos (achenes without hull and seed coat) were homogenized and oil was extracted in boiling petroleum ether.(5) Most noticeable are the changes in the shape of the hull , upper deck and radar masts which will all help to prevent the vessels being picked up by radar.(6) The main hull of the medieval ship at Newport in South Wales was raised last autumn, leaving whatever survives of the missing bow and stern to be recovered at a later stage of construction.(7) Under the stern, the rudders and propellers keep the hull clear of the bottom.(8) Then a thick, terrific blast pierced through the shield and glanced off the ship, blistering the hull and raking a starboard section open.(9) On the main deck, the hull is arranged with forepeak, hydraulic pump room, accommodation section and fish handling area.(10) Clean and hull strawberries; place in food processor or blender just until purÔö£┬«ed.(11) Wash the strawberries remove the stalks and hull , then cut them into pieces and place in bowls.(12) The main structural bulkhead supports the hull sides at the chain plates and the cabin top at the mast step is drastically cut away so the interior is more open.(13) The fibrous seed coat or hull of most commercial barley varieties is cemented to the caryopsis and is not removed during threshing.(14) Restoration of the paddle steamer will involve stripping the entire front third of the vessel before repairing the hull and refurbishing the engines.(15) He had to hull the rice since there would be no way to hide the fact if he merely loafed around.(16) Turning forward along the starboard side, the hull soon comes to a clean break across a bulkhead.
1. framework ::
2. body ::
3. shell ::
4. frame ::
5. skeleton ::
6. structure ::
7. fuselage ::
Different Formshull, hulled, huller, hullers, hulling, hulls
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