- A large flatbottom boat with square ends, used chiefly for transporting freight. [ Dutch schouw, from Middle Dutch scouwe.] scow [skaʊ].
- Characterization Theorems by Generalized Indiscernibles by Lynn
- Characterization Theorems by Generalized Indiscernibles by. Lynn Cho Scow.
- Advances in 1.5-μm InGaAsP/InP slab-coupled optical waveguide
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- 2011 MELGES A SCOW
- Jan 4, 2011 COM • ASCOW.ORG. JUST ADD WATER.
- Books profile two remarkable Maritime women
- Kool's sailing experience was gained and perfected on her father's scow, a flat-bottomed type of small cargo boat, once common in Maritime waters and on the St. Lawrence River.
- scowa.sc.gov has one IP number (167.
- A-Scow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In sailing, the A-Scow is a large sailing scow. It is 38 feet long and with reported top speeds of over 25 knots.
- Dailymotion - E Scow A Go Go - a Sports & Extreme video
- E-Scow Sailing at 35 knots, Toms River NJ. Sports & Extreme. Uploaded on 30/ 06/06.
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