- Also have the much sheet that send a gender neuritis and the person that change without dermatosis good hair nerve is feet in the middle of oar ischiadic leg sural facial nerve and neck cong er are raised.
- Upon enrollment participants were aged42to52; all had an intact uterus and at least one oary and had had one or more menstrual periods during the preious3months.
- Rigged with a structure projecting from or over the side of a boat for various purposes; to prevent capsizing or to support an oarlock or to help secure a mast etc.
- Having neither sail oar or rudder and the least cap full of wind would have overset all my navigation.
- A short light oar used without an oarlock to propel a canoe or small boat.
- An hour to oar the strait.
- A boat propelled by oarsmen and designed for racing.
- A light narrow racing boat for two or more oarsmen.
- Sometimes an oar is used to steer a boat.
- An ancient mediterranean seagoing vessel propelled by oars.
- In rowing racing each member uses both hands to pull one oar.the boat of shell is sometimes directed by a coxswain.sculling is another kind in which each oarsman controls two oars one in each hand.
- The expressions on power output of soft oared wind turbine were deduced.influences upon the power output affected by six parameters of this kind of wind turbine were discussed.
- All that I could do was to wait'till the tide was at highest keeping the raft with my oar like an anchor to hold the side of it fast to the shore near a flat piece of ground which I expected the water would flow over;
- This boat rows six oars.
- Self-educated and self-renewed capability are the double oars rowed to the future;