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Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. A lump of oak in the shape of a D, bolted to the ship's side in the channels to reeve the lifts through.


  1. The numerical value of d-block in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. The numerical value of d-block in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of d-block in a Sentence

  1. That jet stream has become wavy, and it's got stuck in what we call an Omega block, because it's got the shape of the Greek letter Omega, and when it gets in that, it doesn't move anywhere, it blocks it, so the high pressure that's been building just gets stuck for days or weeks on end, and these Omegas appear in different parts of the northern hemisphere.

  2. As we have consistently maintained, the alleged facts and multiple videotapes of the events do not show that the plaintiffs were ever granted permission to march onto and block all vehicular traffic on the roadway of the Brooklyn Bridge.

  3. It is just another attempt to cover up the flaws in this sham asylum process, a process created to block refugees from finding safety in the United States.

  4. If the customer gets on board... that would put less pressure on regulators to scrutinize the deal or block it.

  5. Americans will put up with anything provided it doesn't block traffic.

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