Traveller

a slider to allow the mainsheet to move across the cockpit

Traveller

[horse] Traveller (1857–1871) was Confederate General Robert E. Lee`s most famous horse during the American Civil War. He was a grey American Saddlebred of 16 hands, notable for speed, strength and courage in combat. Lee acquired him in February 1862, and rode him in many battles. Traveller outlived Lee by only a few months, and had to be...
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Traveller

[role-playing game] Traveller is a series of related science fiction role-playing games, the first published in 1977 by Game Designers` Workshop and subsequent editions by various companies remaining in print to this day. The game was inspired by such classic science fiction stories as the Dumarest Saga series by E. C. Tubb, the Foundation ...
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Traveller

[tomato] The Arkansas Traveler tomato is an open-pollinated heirloom variety that was bred by the University of Arkansas in 1968. The plant is indeterminate with round red fruits weighing approximately 6 ounces. ...
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Traveller

A curtain that can open to the sides of the stage.
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Traveller

HMS Traveller was a British T Class patrol type submarine of 1090 tons displacement launched and sunk during the Second World War. HMS Traveller had a top speed of 15.25 knots surfaced and 9 knots submerged, carried a complement of 53 and was armed with one 4 inch dual-purpose gun; one 20 mm anti-aircraft gun; three machine-guns and about ten 21 in...
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Traveller

In wheelwrighting, a traveller was a tool consisting of a wheel, twenty-four inches in diameter, on a handle which was used to measure the circumference of the wooden wheel prior to making an iron tyre to fit the wheel.
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