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KEELS. This word is applied, in England, to vessels employed in the carriage of coals. Jacob, L. D.

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It is as if an invisible hand had been stealthily uplifted from the bottom to catch hold of her keel as it glides through the water.
Gahan felt the impact of a body against the keel, followed by the soft thuds of the great bodies as they struck the ground beneath.
However, the vessel had not suffered, for her keel was solidly joined.
The nightmare of sudden detaching keels in mid ocean was an issue long before the First 40.
Keels recently released her ninth book, Love Unfeigned, and her first poetry album, Hope.
1038/NGEO1553) "Mantle flow deflected by interactions between subducted slabs and cratonic keels.
The aft and forward rudder foil sections are designed to accommodate the keels absence, and there are no jitters or wobbles or fluctuation at all when the keel gets air.
3A cutters in the production of the keels for the Swedish boats in the Victory Challenge Team.
The deepest iceberg keels ever measured reached 330 m below waterline, although researchers have hypothesized that some Antarctic icebergs today have keels 400 m deep.
The Mobi-C has no screws or keels and offers many potential advantages to the surgeon and patient with its unique design.
Keels, recently released her ninth book, Love Unfeigned, and her first poetry album, Hope.
Careful design, build and maintenance of keels and keel attachments are essential as to lose a keel can be catastrophic with loss of life.