Feather

Some dinosaurs may have had feathers.
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feather

[n] - the light horny waterproof structure forming the external covering of birds 2. [n] - turning an oar parallel to the water between pulls 3. [v] - join tongue and groove, in carpentry 4. [v] - cover or fit with feathers 5. [v] - turn the paddle 6. [v] - turn the oar, while rowing
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Feather

The carbon-rich zone, visible in a flame, extending around and beyond the cone when there is an excess of carbonaceous gas.
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Feather

NATO codename for Yak-15/17 [SU]
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Feather

Feath'er (fĕ&thlig;'ẽr) noun [ Middle English fether , Anglo-Saxon feðer ; akin to Dutch veder , Old High German fedara , German feder , Icelandic fjöðr , Swedish fjäder , Danish fjæder , Greek ptero`n wing, feath...
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Feather

Feath'er transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Feathered ; present participle & verbal noun Feathering. ] 1. To furnish with a feather or feathers, as an arrow or a cap. « An eagle had the ill hap to be struck with a...
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Feather

Feath'er intransitive verb 1. To grow or form feathers; to become feathered; -- often with out ; as, the birds are feathering out. 2. To curdle when poured into another liquid, and float about in little flakes or 'feathers;' as, the cream feathers . [ Colloq.] ...
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feather

1. <ornithology> One of the peculiar dermal appendages, of several kinds, belonging to birds, as contour feathers, quills, and down. ... An ordinary feather consists of the quill or hollow basal part of the stem; the shaft or rachis, forming the upper, solid part of the stem; the vanes or webs, implanted on the rachis and consisting of a seri...
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feather

plume noun the light horny waterproof structure forming the external covering of birds
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feather

feathering noun turning an oar parallel to the water between pulls
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feather

square verb turn the oar, while rowing
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feather

verb cover or fit with feathers
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Feather

• (v. t.) To adorn, as with feathers; to fringe. • (n.) One of the fins or wings on the shaft of an arrow. • (v. t.) To render light as a feather; to give wings to. • (v. i.) To have the appearance of a feather or of feathers; to be or to appear in feathery form. • (v. i.) To curdle when poured into another liquid, and floa...
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feather

the component structure of the outer covering and flight surfaces of all modern birds. Unique to birds, feathers apparently evolved from the scales ... [21 related articles]
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Feather

[Misako Odani] Note: CR = Conference rank; GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; OTL = Overtime loss; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; Pts = Points 2002–03 ...
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Feather

Feather is slang for a tuft of sticking-up hair on the forehead.
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Feather

In timber, the feather is the characteristic figuring found in mahogany and some other woods when the timber is cut from the topmost part of the tree trunk through the actual base of the main branch.
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Feather

Feather is slang for a tuft of sticking-up hair on the forehead.
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Feather

a junction indicator on a colour light signal. A row of white lights lit when a slower speed diverging route is set.
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Feather

Moving a 'flag' closer to or further away from a light source that it is in front of will feather (soften/harden) the shadow on the surface upon which the light falls. (Grip/Lighting)
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feather

An outgrowth of the epidermis of birds. Feathers are composed of the protein keratin. They provide heat insulation and waterproofing, give the body its streamlined shape, and those of the wings and tail play a crucial role in flight. Types of feather There are four types of feather, simple down...
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feather

WIND TURBINE PAGES ON THIS SITE • base • blades • braking • constant-speed wind turbine • cut-in speed • cut-out speed • Darrieus turbine • design tip speed ratio • downwind wind turbine • drag • environmental impact • furling • ho...
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Feather

Feather, river, 80 mi (129 km) long, rising in three forks in the Sierra Nevada, uniting N of Oroville, Calif., and flowing S into the Sacramento River, N of Sacramento, Calif. The Feather River basin was a rich source of gold in the mid-1800s. The Feather River project (1957–68), which includ...
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Feather

Feathers are the form which the dermal appendages assume in birds, agreeing in mode of development, but differing in form from hairs and scales. The feather consists of a stem, horny, round, strong, and hollow in the lower part, called the quill, and in the upper part, called the shaft, filled with pith. On each side of the shaft is a web composed ...
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feather

Rigid outgrowth of the outer layer of the skin of birds, made of the protein keratin. Feathers provide insulation and facilitate flight. There are several types, including long quill feathers on the wings and tail, fluffy down feathers for retaining body heat, and contour feathers covering the body. The colouring of feathers is often important in c...
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