COWL


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COWLConference of Women Legislators (Springfield, IL)
COWLCold Ocean Warm Land (climate study)
COWLCeltic Offshore Wind Limited (UK)
COWLCouncil of Wisconsin Libraries
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Meanwhile Dominic, black and cowled, sat cross-legged on the deck, with his back to the wind, recalling vaguely an Arab chief in his burnuss sitting on the sand.
All scarlet were his hose and jerkin, and scarlet was his cowled cap, with a scarlet feather stuck in the side of it.
The priest appeared to cast his eyes around the dungeon from beneath his cowl.
Yes, under one of the priests' cowls, there were the contortions of the damned.
He remained there, his ear in the cowl of the ventilator, his eyes fastened on those menacing sidelights dancing on the gusts of wind which swept the angry darkness of the sea.
``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. Your keeper is ever a jovial fellow; and none who beheld thy grinders contending with these pease, and thy throat flooded with this ungenial element, could see thee doomed to such horse-provender and horse-beverage,''
And shining with the growing light of the east, three of the metallic giants stood about the pit, their cowls rotating as though they were surveying the desolation they had made.
"Strikes me you're a bit of star-dust yourself, flung into a world of cowled gnomes who cannot see," was his comment at the end of it.
Beg and ending as indicated for cowl, work Rows 1-10 of Cable and Lace chart 31 times--piece measures about 44" from CO.
If the existing gas pipe and jets on top of the globe were to be removed, there would be more than enough room to replace it with a design based on the stainless steel cowls we see on domestic and industrial chimneys, which revolve by wind power.
Bob Hudson, managing director of Vision (Environmental Innovation) Ltd, said: ``The idea of the world's largest wind driven wind cowl was just an idea four years ago.
On the smaller end are the company's Cowl silencers, with standard sizes from 1.5 to 12 in.