Carvel

a method of wooden boat construction where the planks meet flush with each other

Carvel

• (n.) Same as Caravel. • (n.) A species of jellyfish; sea blubber.
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carvel

(from the article `Celtic literature`) More characteristic of Manx folk culture were the ballads and carols, or carvels. Among the most notable of the former are an Ossianic ballad ...
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Carvel

[boat building] Carvel built or carvel planking is a method of boat building where hull planks are fastened edge to edge, gaining support from the frame and forming a smooth surface. In contrast with clinker built hulls, where plank edges overlap, carvel construction gives a stronger hull capable of taking a variety of full-rigged sail plan...
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Carvel

[restaurant] Carvel is an ice cream franchise owned by Focus Brands. Carvel is best known for their soft serve ice cream and ice cream cakes, which feature a layer of distinctive `crunchies`. It also sells a variety of novelty ice cream bars and ice cream sandwiches. ==History == Carvel was founded and run by Tom Carvel for its first 60 yea...
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Carvel

Car'vel noun [ Contr. from caravel .] 1. Same as Caravel . 2. A species of jellyfish; sea blubber. Sir T. Herbert.
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carvel

carvel: see caravel.
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carvel

In Manx and Breton literature, a carol or ballad. Originally it referred to words set to a dance measure. ...
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