SAIL

acronym: Steel Authority of India Limited
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sail

[n] - a large piece of fabric (as canvas) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel 2. [v] - travel in a boat propelled by wind 3. [v] - traverse or travel by ship on (a body of water)
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Sail

A large piece of fabric (usually canvas fabric) which is used to propel a sailing vessel.
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Sail

Sail noun [ Middle English seil , Anglo-Saxon segel , segl ; akin to Dutch zeil , Old High German segal , G. & Swedish segel , Icelandic segl , Danish seil . √ 153.] 1. An extent of canvas or other fabric by means of which the wi...
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Sail

Sail intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Sailed ; present participle & verbal noun Sailing .] [ Anglo-Saxon segelian , seglian . See Sail , noun ] 1. To be impelled or dr...
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Sail

Sail transitive verb 1. To pass or move upon, as in a ship, by means of sails; hence, to move or journey upon (the water) by means of steam or other force. « A thousand ships were manned to sail the sea.» Dryden. 2. To fly through; to glide or move smoothly ...
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sail

1. To be impelled or driven forward by the action of wind upon sails, as a ship on water; to be impelled on a body of water by the action of steam or other power. ... 2. To move through or on the water; to swim, as a fish or a water fowl. ... 3. To be conveyed in a vessel on water; to pass by water; as, they sailed from London to Canton. ... 4. To ...
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sail

noun a large piece of fabric (usually canvas fabric) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel
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Sail

• (n.) To move through or on the water; to swim, as a fish or a water fowl. • (n.) A wing; a van. • (n.) To set sail; to begin a voyage. • (n.) A passage by a sailing vessel; a journey or excursion upon the water. • (n.) To move smoothly through the air; to glide through the air without apparent exertion, as a bird. • ...
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sail

(from the article `Edaphosaurus`) ...3.5 metres (11.5 feet) long, with a short, low skull and blunt conical teeth. The head was very small in comparison with the massive barrel-like ...
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sail

(from the article `energy conversion`) ...Persian millwright of 644, although windmills may actually have been used earlier. These mills, erected near what is now the Iran–Afghanistan ...
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sail

an extent of fabric (such as canvas) by means of which wind is used to propel a ship through water.[6 related articles]
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Sail

[hieroglyph] The Ancient Egyptian Sail hieroglyph is Gardiner sign listed no. P5 for the sail of a ship. The hieroglyph shows a hoisted sail, curved because of wind filling it. It is used in Egyptian hieroglyphs as a determinative for words related to wind, air, breath, sailors, (as `nefu`), floods-(of the Nile), etc. Also an ideogram in `p...
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Sail

a piece of cloth that catches or directs the wind and so powers a vessel.
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sail

sail: see sailing.
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Sail

[Lake District] Sail is a hill in the English Lake District, lying between Derwentwater and Crummock Water. ==Topography== The North Western Fells occupy the area between the rivers Derwent and Cocker, a broadly oval swathe of hilly country, elongated on a north-south axis. Two roads cross from east to west, dividing the fells into three co...
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Sail

[submarine] In naval parlance, the sail (American usage) or fin (European/Commonwealth usage) of a submarine is the tower-like structure found on the dorsal (topside) surface of submarines. Submarine sails once housed the conning tower (command and communications data center), the periscope(s), radar and communications masts (antenna), thou...
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Sail

[letter] Sail or Saille is the Irish name of the fourth letter of the Ogham alphabet, ᚄ, meaning `willow`. The name is related to Welsh helyg(en) and Latin salix. Its Proto-Indo-European root was *sal-. Its phonetic value is [s]. ...
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SAIL

[programming language] SAIL, the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Language, was developed by Dan Swinehart and Bob Sproull of the Stanford AI Lab in 1970. It was originally a large ALGOL 60-like language for the PDP-10 and DECSYSTEM-20. SAIL`s main feature is a symbolic data system based upon an associative store (based on the LEAP system o...
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sail

upright rod of a hurdle (Je, 27)
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Sail

A hawk's wings, orig ME saile>OE segl >ON :segl
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sail

upright rod of a hurdle (Je, 27)
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Sail

[anatomy] A sail is a large, flattish protrusion from the back of an animal colinear with the spine. Many extinct species of amphibians, reptiles and mammal-like reptiles have very extended neural spines growing from their back vertebrae. These are thought to have supported a sail. Paleontologists have proposed many ways in which the sail c...
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Sail

A sail is a surface, typically made of fabric and supported by a mast, whose purpose is to propel a sailing vessel. Occasionally sails may also be found on land vehicles. ==History of sails== Archaeological studies of the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture ceramics show use of sailing boats from the sixth millennium onwards. Excavations of the Ubaid peri...
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