BOW

The forward part of a boat

Bow

the front of the boat

Bow

A decorative accessory for women's shoes sometimes on vamp or sometimes at the ends of the laces.
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Bow

[rowing] Bow is a term which has multiple meanings within the sport of rowing. It is used to refer to a rower seated in a particular position and to one side of the boat. ==Bow== The `bow` or sometimes `bows` of a boat refers to the forward part of the hull, the point that is most forward when the vessel is underway. The other end of the bo...
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Bow

The front of a ship.
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bow

[n] - something curved in shape 2. [n] - bending the head or body or knee as a sign of reverence or submission or shame 3. [n] - an appearance by actors or performers at the end of the concert or play in order to acknowledge the applause of the audience 4. [n] - a decorative interlacing of ribbons 5. [n] - a knot with two loo...
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Bow

The loop for attachment to a chain, mounted on the pendant of a watch case.   The bow is often an approximate guide to the date of the watch;  various ornamental shapes were used from about 1680 to 1820, after which a plain circular bow was generally adopted.
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Bow

The front section of a ship or boat.
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Bow

A projectile weapon used to shoot arrows. There are numerous bow designs, the three most common being; Long bow, Recurve and Compound. Basically a long thin strip of wood or other material with a string between each end.
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Bow

(Rhymes with cow.) The forward part of a boat.
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Bow

The front end of a boat.
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Bow

A curve, bend, warping or other deviation from flatness in glass or wood.
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Bow

Bow (bou) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bowed ; present participle & verbal noun Bowing .] [ Middle English bowen , bogen , bugen , Anglo-Saxon būgan (generally intransitive verb ); aki...
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Bow

Bow (bou) intransitive verb 1. To bend; to curve. [ Obsolete] 2. To stop. [ Archaic] « They stoop, they bow down together. Is. xlvi. 2... » 3. To bend the head, knee, or body, in token of reverence or submission; -- often with down . «...
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Bow

Bow (bou) noun An inclination of the head, or a bending of the body, in token of reverence, respect, civility, or submission; an obeisance; as, a bow of deep humility.
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Bow

Bow (bō) noun [ Middle English bowe , boge , Anglo-Saxon boga , from Anglo-Saxon būgan to bend; akin to Dutch boog , German bogen , Icelandic bogi . See Bow , transitive verb ] 1. Anything bent, o...
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bow

1. To cause to deviate from straightness; to bend; to inflect; to make crooked or curved. 'We bow things the contrary way, to make them come to their natural straightness.' (Milton) 'The whole nation bowed their necks to the worst kind of tyranny.' (Prescott) ... 2. To exercise powerful or controlling influence over; to bend, figuratively; to turn;...
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bow

curtain call noun an appearance by actors or performers at the end of the concert or play in order to acknowledge the applause of the audience
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bow

prow noun front part of a vessel or aircraft; `he pointed the bow of the boat toward the finish line`
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Bow

• (n.) The bending or rounded part of a ship forward; the stream or prow. • (v. t.) To bend or incline, as the head or body, in token of respect, gratitude, assent, homage, or condescension. • (v. t.) An arcograph. • (v. i.) To play (music) with a bow. • (v. i.) To bend; to curve. • (v. t.) To cause to deviate from str...
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bow

(from the article `Iran, ancient`) ...reward that the king had available for those who gave service or who were in positions of great political or military power in the empire. Under ...
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bow

(from the article `ship construction`) The modern method is to construct large parts of the hull, for example, the complete bow and stern. Each of these parts is built up from ... ...and poor road communications, was turning to water for transportation. Starting with a dugout canoe, the Chinese joined two canoes with planking, ... [2...
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bow

in music, curved stick with tightly held fibres that produces sound by friction when drawn across the strings of a chordophone, such as a rebab, ... [6 related articles]
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Bow

the front of the boat
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bow

(AND WARP) A curve, bend or other deviation from flatness in glass.
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