Definitions for "Crown"
Keywords:  girdle, porcelain, tooth, enamel, gum
The part of a hat above the brim.
The part of a tooth which projects above the gum; also, the top or grinding surface of a tooth.
The upper range of facets in a rose diamond.
Small knob adjacent to 3 numeral or marker, used to wind or set watch. Also used to re-set calendar and date on watches that have these features.
The knob, or button, on the outside of the watch case that is used to set the time and date. It is also called a stem or pin. In a mechanical watch the crown winds the mainspring. A screw-in (or screw-down) crown is used to make a watch more water resistant.
The winder knob.
Highest state; acme; consummation; perfection.
Same as Corona.
That part of an anchor where the arms are joined to the shank.
A royal headdress or cap of sovereignty, worn by emperors, kings, princes, etc.
The person entitled to wear a regal or imperial crown; the sovereign; -- with the definite article.
Imperial or regal power or dominion; sovereignty.
Keywords:  tiara, headpiece, adorn, dignity, bead
A wreath or garland, or any ornamental fillet encircling the head, especially as a reward of victory or mark of honorable distinction; hence, anything given on account of, or obtained by, faithful or successful effort; a reward.
Anything which imparts beauty, splendor, honor, dignity, or finish.
To cover, decorate, or invest with a crown; hence, to invest with royal dignity and power.
the center of a growing plant usually referring to a plant with a rosette
The central part of the rosette of leaves in a monopodial orchid such as Phalaenopsis, from which new growth arises upward.
the base of the plant from which leaves and runners originate.
Keywords:  dome, arch, apex, furnace, symmetrical
The dome of a furnace.
Dome, topskull . . .. The roof of the brain case.
Furnace roof, especially when dome-shaped; highest point of an arch.
A convex road surface that allows runoff to drain to either side of the road prism.
Shape of a road formation so that water drains to both sides of the road.
A convex surface, higher in the middle than in the sides. Some mattresses have a crown.
The topmost part of anything; the summit.
The topmost part of the head (see Illust. of Bird.); that part of the head from which the hair descends toward the sides and back; also, the head or brain.
To effect a lodgment upon, as upon the crest of the glacis, or the summit of the breach.
Is a beveled shaping of the muzzle of the barrel of a firearm that is intended to allow the bullet to leave the barrel with a very even release.
The radius on the muzzle end of a barrel.
The bevelled, countersunk, or rounded muzzle surface of a barrel, done thus to protect the point of exit from accidental damage. C.U.P. ... Copper Units of Pressure. One of the standard methods of estimating the pressure inside a gun when it is being fired. Of great importance for safe reloading, as cartridge cases are quoted by their manufacturers as having a particular maximum c.u.p. which must not be exceeded.
Keywords:  piston, staple, cabinet, chair, top
The vertex or top of an arch; -- applied generally to about one third of the curve, but in a pointed arch to the apex only.
Top of head. Sometimes sports a crest of small feathers
This term, in essence, refers to the very top of a bird's head. While this definition is probably rather ambiguous, the distinction between crown and cap (see oriole picture) is typically obvious in the wild. Most birds don't have a true crown, save the kinglets in our area, the Ruby- and Golden-Crowned.
The rounding, or rounded part, of the deck from a level line.
The arc of the screen support surface to facilitate screen tensioning, determined by the various heights of the crown bar rails (stringers) provided on the screening deck.
An arc placed in woven wire mesh (screen cloth) to facilitate tensioning across a crowned deck. crown bar cover A protective sleeve of rubber or polyurethane, contoured to the shape of a vibrating screen decks support rails (stringers) on the bottom surface and provided with a "crown" shape on the top surface to prevent direct contact between the screen and the supporting surface and help facilitate tensioning of the wire cloth. Crown bar cover is also referred to as "bucker-up strips", "buffer strips", "c-b-c", "channel cover" and "channel rubber". Crusher Parts Internet web site on the topic of Manganese Crusher wear parts.
A coin stamped with the image of a crown; hence,a denomination of money; as, the English crown, a silver coin of the value of five shillings sterling, or a little more than $1.20; the Danish or Norwegian crown, a money of account, etc., worth nearly twenty-seven cents.
The gold coin and currency of Fralas ( Dimod)
A British coin originally valued at five shillings, later 25 pence, and since 1990 £5. Also any crown or dollar sized coins. Named because the original crown coins had a crown as a major part of its design.
A crown promises that success will be the gain of your hard work and often indicates that an influential person will recognise your talents.
A paper crown signifies temptation which could degrade you if you do not resist it. A flower or foliage crown is a good omen for all your concerns. While a gold crown signifies unexpected honors, a silver crown indicates the clearing of a health problem. A plastic crown however suggests benefits through influential friends.
Keywords:  straighten, upward, sag, pulley, bent
To cause to round upward; to make anything higher at the middle than at the edges, as the face of a machine pulley.
the upward curve of a piece of lumber. If you take a board, say a 2" x 6" and sight down the 2" length of the board, you will probably see either a dip or a rise. The 'rise' is the crown of the board and should always be oriented up, no matter what application.
The upward bow, curve or rise along the length of a board. Deck boards are set on end with the crown up. Over time, the crown will sag and the board will straighten.
Keywords:  tread, tire, center, shoulders, section
The region between the shoulders of the tire.
The center area of a tire's tread.
the center section of the tire's tread
Keywords:  crozier
Crownshaft Crozier
In the fictional Marvel Universe, The Crown is an affiliate of the Allies of Hydra, Dr. Andrea Janson, and Fortunato, also an enemy of Spider-Man, Hammerhead, S.H.O.C., and Morbius, the Living Vampire.
Keywords:  usaf, refuel, periphery, swiveling, sar
A USAF C-130 aircraft that functioned as an airborne command post for SAR efforts. It could also refuel the SAR helicopters on the way into and out of the objective.
The Radius molded or machined on the periphery of the wheel to reduce swiveling effort.
Also known as a Diadem Chrysanthemum. Similar to the Kamuro Chrysanthemum with the addition of a conventional inner pistil or petals of color stars and outer duration stars often with bright, short duration color core, frequently green or white.
The crown of a fork is the bit that connects the fork legs and the steerer tube together. Crowns are usually forged as this makes them very strong. Some are machined out of solid billets of aluminium, which is more expensive but lighter. Legs and steerer tubes can be either bonded, cold pressed or bolted in. See the definition for Stanchions for more on the various methods.
Paving slightly humped so that water will run off. Also a contoured molding sometimes installed at the junctures of walls and ceilings.
A contour on a sheet where the thickness increases from some edge measurement to the center.
Keywords:  mep, alberta, tenure, grazing, alienate
When used by MEP, "Crown" refers to the Alberta government.
Land Land which has no official tenure under land legislation and which is held and managed by the Government. The Government may licence the use of such land for specific purposes (eg Grazing Licence) or may alienate the land by selling or leasing
behind the forehead, bounded behind by the anterior end of the neck vertebrae and laterally by the supercilium. The tips of the hinder feathers extend somewhat beyond the posterior margin stated.
An ornaments or decoration representing a crown; as, the paper is stamped with a crown.
The head of the spine (of the binding). dentelle Literally, "lace." The thin strip of turned-in material inside a binding, often elaborately decorated and frequently the location of the binder's stamp.
flatrolled strip with a greater thickness along the centerline than at the edges
A phenomenon in which the center of the panel is thicker along its length than at the two long edges.
Keywords:  rarefied, eclipse, kelvin, naked, solar
The outer layer of the solar atmosphere. The crown highly consists of a gas rarefied with a low density and a greater temperature of million degrees Kelvin. He is visible to the naked eye during a solar eclipse.
Keywords:  lane, talent, gutters, oil, tapers
A lane condition on which more oil is applied towards the center, and tapers off gradually to the gutters.
A lane conditioning pattern that places a larger amount of oil in the center of the lane to assist the ball and help guide it to the pocket. Promotes high scores at the expense of talent. See "block" or "blocked lanes" and "flat condition".
Keywords:  consort, glory, alive, wife, husband
Glory of life after death Consort A husband alive at the time of his wife's death
Keywords:  octavo, untrimmed, paper, size, inches
A size of writing paper. See under Paper.
a popular traditional paper size: a crown octavo (8vo) measures about 7-1/2 x 5 inches (19 x 12cm) if untrimmed.
Keywords:  internodes, elongate, nodes
Several nodes whose internodes do not elongate.
The slight forward curvature of the soundboard.
Keywords:  camber, see
This is made by tucking the strands of a rope's end together to prevent unraveling.
Keywords:  archaean, money, measure
Archaean measure of money.
Large paint and wallpaper supplier. Crown Berger Limited.
The area inclosed between two concentric perimeters.
To dream of a crown predicts a change in your life. The dreamer will travel a long distance from home & form new relationships.
Keywords:  tuckshop, walk, crack, green, situated
The School tuckshop. It is situated on the Long Walk facing under Green, between the Block Houses and the New Houses. It is also sometimes referred to as "Crack".
Keywords:  bights, cable, turns, formed
The bights formed by the several turns of a cable.
Keywords:  beers
Crown De Beers
Keywords:  prongs, notched, cylinder, flared, end
A flared cylinder with one end notched to form prongs
Keywords:  kin, did, treasury, money, means
This means the Treasury, where your money will go if you have no next of kin and did not make a will.
Keywords:  shank, anchor, attaches, arms, end
The pointed end of the anchor which attaches the shank to the arms.
Includes all Ministers of the Crown and all departments, but does not include an Office of Parliament, a crown entity, or a state enterprise.
Ireland's crown, used in both physical and abstract senses
The calyx and the arms together are sometimes referred to as the crown.
Keywords:  aerial, tips, shell, falling, colors
The tips of the aerial shell after falling change colors.
Keywords:  pills, white, good
White pills with a crown on them, usually quite good. 8/10
A distributor who has personally sponsored 18 distributors who have reached the direct level.
Keywords:  goes, don't, relatives, estate, your
The State. If you don't have a will and no relatives, your estate goes to the Crown
Keywords:  angle, degrees, measurement
Crown angle measurement in degrees.
Keywords:  relatives, sum, estate, receive, your
If you have no relatives and no will, the crown will receive the sum of your estate.
The UK government. If you do not make a legal will, the crown receives your entire estate.
510 x 380
p. p. of Crow.