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  • painter — painter1 [pānt′ər] n. [OFr peintour] 1. an artist who paints pictures 2. a person whose work is covering surfaces, as walls, with paint painter2 [pānt′ər] n. [LME paynter < OFr pentour, ult. < L pendere, to hang: see PEND] a rope attached… …   English World dictionary

  • Painter (rope) — A painter is a rope that is attached to the bow of a boat and used for tying up or for towing.Example usage from Alexander McCall Smith s Love Over Scotland , published in 2006 by Polygon in Edinburgh:Henry held Domenica s hand as she stepped… …   Wikipedia

  • painter — I. noun Date: 14th century one that paints: as a. an artist who paints b. one who applies paint especially as an occupation II. noun Etymology: Middle English paynter, probably from Middle French dialect (Normandy) pentoir, penteur clothesline,… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Dinghy — of the schooner Adventuress A dinghy is a type of small boat, often carried or towed for use as a ship s boat by a larger vessel. It is a loanword from either Bengali or Urdu. The term can also refer to small racing yachts or recreational open… …   Wikipedia

  • History of hang gliding — Hang gliding is an air sport employing a foot launchable aircraft known as a hang glider. Typically, hang gliders are composed of an aluminium or composite framed fabric wing. The pilot is ensconced in a harness depending from the airframe, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Regulatory capture — In economics, regulatory capture occurs when a state regulatory agency created to act in the public interest instead advances the commercial or special interests that dominate the industry or sector it is charged with regulating. Regulatory… …   Wikipedia

  • Short Sunderland — infobox Aircraft name = Sunderland type = Military flying boat manufacturer = Short Brothers caption = designer = first flight = 16 October 1937 introduced = 1938 retired = 1967 status = primary user = Royal Air Force more users = French Navy… …   Wikipedia

  • ADLER, JULES — (1865–1952), French artist. A prolific painter of landscapes, Adler was better known for his urban and industrial scenes such as The Strike, The Factory Interior, and Towing the Barge. These works reveal his socialist outlook and his keen… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Tucson, Arizona — Tucson redirects here. For other uses, see Tucson (disambiguation). Tucson   City   From upper left: Downtown Tucson Skyline, Pima County Courthouse, Old Main, Un …   Wikipedia

  • Medusa (ship) — Infobox Painting| title=The Raft of the Medusa artist=Théodore Géricault year=1818 ndash;1819 type=Oil on canvas height=491 width=717 height inch=193.3 width inch =282.3 city=Paris museum=Musée du Louvre The Medusa (original French name: La… …   Wikipedia

  • Great Dunmow — Coordinates: 51°52′23″N 0°21′42″E / 51.873°N 0.3617°E / 51.873; 0.3617 …   Wikipedia


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