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A long, narrow, vertical or slanting passage sunk into the earth
A pole on which a flag is raised and flown
A city of north-central Arizona east-northeast of Phoenix. Founded in 1876, it grew as a lumbering center and is the site of Lowell Observatory (established 1894).
A reference line from which distances or angles are measured in a coordinate system, such as the x -axis and y -axis in the Cartesian coordinate system.
(Music) A vertical line drawn through a staff to mark off a measure.
A barrier across a river or around an area of water to prevent floating logs from dispersing
A soldier stationed at the right or left of a column of marchers to control alignment, show direction, or mark the point of pivot.
A tall spar or, now often, a hollow metal structure, sometimes in sections, rising vertically from the keel or deck of a vessel and used to support the sails, yards, radar and radio equipment, etc.
A weapon, formerly used by foot soldiers, consisting of a metal spearhead on a long wooden shaft
(Slang) A person of Polish descent
(Nautical) A wooden or metal pole, such as a boom, yard, or bowsprit, used to support sails and rigging.
The personnel who carry out a specific enterprise:
A rod or staff carried as a symbol of authority; scepter
Either end of a transportation line, as for an airplane, bus, or railroad, including servicing facilities, etc.
A horizontal rod, pole, etc. provided as a roost for birds
(Informal) To avoid taking decisive action
A stream of radio or radar signals sent continuously in one direction from a landing field, harbor, etc. as a guide for incoming aircraft or ships
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