References in classic literature ?
Yes, under one of the priests' cowls, there were the contortions of the damned.
I dare be sworn he did so,'' said the knight; ``I was convinced that there was better food in the cell, Holy Clerk, since you first doffed your cowl.
With the exception of opening and closing cowl flaps, if so equipped, how can pilots manage the heat their engine is producing?
The owner of the grey and black cowl attended a function at the Crathorne Arms in Crathorne, near Yarm, on Saturday, January 23.
The report said: "Subsequent investigation revealed that the fan cowl doors on both engines were left unlatched during maintenance and this was not identified prior to aircraft departure.
The fan cowl doors from both engines detached as the aircraft left the runway at Heathrow, puncturing a fuel pipe on the right engine, the report said.
Under a strategic service agreement with Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited (HAECO) the manufacturer can now offer repair capabilities on the Trent 700 inlet cowl in Hong Kong as well as its Belfast and Dallas MRO facilities.
Sgt Cowl said: "It was fantastic to see the people of Chelmsley Wood turn out in force to support the Fun Day.
The newly designed middle cowl features improved aerodynamic performance at higher speeds - the aerodynamic resistance value is 4 percent better than that of the existing YZF-R15.
What does it do: Friar's Cowl, like most members of the Aracaceae, contains Calcium oxalates, known as raphides, which are tiny, needle like crystals that cause severe irritation on contact with the eyes and mucous membranes, and in some cases where the juice has been ingested will cause the tongue to swell dramatically, that can in rare cases, lead to suffocation.
Born Andre Darricau in Vittel, Cowl attended the Paris Drama Conservatory before working as a music hall pianist.
The company decided on a multipart cowl that would provide easier access to the engine.