TOW

Tube-launched, Optically-tracked, Wire-guided

Tow

Unspun flax used for cleaning firearms. Also used as tinder.
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tow

[n] - the act of hauling something (as a vehicle) by means of a hitch or rope 2. [v] - drag behind
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TOW

Anti-tank Guided Missile System [US]
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Tow

Continuous, ordered assembly of essentially parallel, collimated filaments, normally continuous filaments without twist. Same as strand.
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Tow

Tow noun [ Middle English tow , Anglo-Saxon tow , akin to OD. touw , Icelandic ... a tuft of wool for spinning; confer English taw , v.t.] The coarse and broken part of flax or hemp, separated from the finer part by the hatchel or swingle.
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Tow

Tow transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Towed ; present participle & verbal noun Towing .] [ Middle English towen , to...en; akin to OFries. toga to pull about, Old High German zogōn, Icelandic toga ...
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Tow

Tow noun [ Confer Icelandic taug a rope, from the same root as English tow , transitive verb ] 1. A rope by which anything is towed; a towline, or towrope. 2. The act of towing, or the state of being towed; --chiefly used in the phrase, to take...
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tow

towage noun the act of hauling something (as a vehicle) by means of a hitch or rope; `the truck gave him a tow to the garage`
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Tow

• (v. t.) A rope by which anything is towed; a towline, or towrope. • (n.) The coarse and broken part of flax or hemp, separated from the finer part by the hatchel or swingle. • (v. t.) The act of towing, or the state of being towed; --chiefly used in the phrase, to take in tow, that is to tow. • (v. t.) That which is towed, or ...
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tow

(from the article `fibre, man-made`) ...wet-spinning method is capable of spinning a large number of fibres at a time because several thousand holes may be present in a single ... Filament winding uses the narrowest prepreg unit available—the yarn, or tow, of impregnated filaments. In this process, the tows are wound in ... [2 r...
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Tow

TOW is an acronym for Tube-launched Optically-tracked, Wire-guided. The tern TOW refers to an American wire guided type of anti-tank guided missile, designated BGM71A, first developed by Hughes for the American army in 1962 which entered service in 1970. TOW was developed as a crew portable or vehicle mounted heavy assault weapon for use against ta...
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TOW

When one or more vessels are being towed; when a tug is towing one or more floating objects; to pull an object in the water by means of a rope.
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Tow

In the composites industry, a tow is an untwisted bundle of continuous filaments, and it refers to man-made fibres, particularly carbon fibres (also called graphite). Tows are designated by the number of fibers they contain. For example, a 12K tow contains about 12,000 fibres. In the textile industry, a tow (rhymes with cow, unless referring to ce...
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TOW

When one or more vessels are being towed; when a tug is towing (hauling) one or more
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tow

bundle of untwisted natural fibres
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