boat form

boat form

the less stable of two conformations assumed by six-membered cyclic sugars (pyranoses) or cyclohexane derivatives, as opposed to chair form.
See also: Haworth conformational formulas of cyclic sugars.
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Craig Bowles, from Cowbridge, kept up his good boat form with a six fish catch while on the bank, Ken Bowring netted 20 rainbows to 2.5lb in three visits using buzzers, daddy longlegs and cat's whisker lures.
Even though we've expanded the species list, our boat form still works and can be downloaded directly from our site."
Afterwards, these stems are secured to wooden frames which are then combined into the boat form. Because the stems tend to absorb water, the boats can never be used for long distance traveling.
Architecture would inspire the first ceramic boat form that came into being in the early 1980s.
All radical boat form improvements completed by 1856.
An earlier work, Obras Escogidas (Selected works), 1994, also played on the boat form, but in a sculpturally simpler way.
At around 18 years old, the idea of designing, building and campaigning a boat formed in the back of Yorky's mind.
Being teeny she was soon wedged (see earlier curt note on 'manspreading') beneath the ridge that on the outside of the boat forms a deck rail, bound on three sides by an 1970s-style antique-pine coffin and, on the fourth, by a slumbering bear.
The photographs are fine enough to convey how the works engage viewers with their gentle references to familiar things; boat forms, open mouthed carp, birds, rocking forms, keyholes, neckpieces and vulva.
The 16.5ft reconstruction of the Viking boat forms the centrepiece of an educational project which uses history to teach youngsters about current issues, including climate change.
Boats and boat forms often engaged Stuart's interest in diverse locations that included Nantucket, Finland, and Sweden during the late eighties.