a European, freshwater fish, Scardinius erythrophthalmus, of the carp family.
a European freshwater cyprinid fish, Scardinius erythrophthalmus, having a compressed dark greenish body and reddish ventral and tail fins
Kevin (Michael). born 1957, Australian politician: leader of the Labor Party (2006–10 and from 2013); Prime Minister (2007–2010 and from 2013)
Steele, pen name of Arthur Hoey Davis, 1868–1935, Australian author. His works include On Our Selection (1899), Our New Selection (1902), Back at Our Selection (1906) and Grandpa’s Selection (1916) which featured the characters Dad and Dave
noun 1. Nautical. a vertical blade at the stern of a vessel that can be turned horizontally to change the vessel’s direction when in motion. 2. Aeronautics. a movable control surface attached to a vertical stabilizer, located at the rear of an airplane and used, along with the ailerons, to turn the airplane. 3. any […]
- Rudder bands
Ancient ships had two great broad-bladed oars for rudders. These, when not in use, were lifted out of the water and bound or tied up. When required for use, these bands were unloosed and the rudders allowed to drop into the water (Acts 27:40).
noun, plural (especially collectively) rudderfish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) rudderfishes. 1. any of various fishes having the habit of following behind ships, as a pilot fish.
noun, Nautical. 1. the upper end of a rudderpost, to which a tiller, quadrant, or yoke is attached. noun 1. (nautical) the top of the rudderpost, to which the steering apparatus may be fixed