American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An extensive area of shoals in the western Atlantic Ocean off southeast Newfoundland, Canada. The mingling of the cold Labrador Current and the warmer Gulf Stream and the shallowness of the water make the area a major source of food fish.
“They then will be photographed by Ryan Forbes stepping out of the hotel's Rolls Royce or in the hotel's ballroom against a step-and-repeat banner with its own 15-foot-long red carpet.”
“Exploiting this irony, Mr. Xu's 15-foot-long "Mustard Seed Garden Landscape Scroll" is composed of photocopied elements — a rocky outcrop here, scholars in a grove there — which he then had carved into woodblocks.”
“The new kitchen has a 15-foot-long island and stainless-steel counters.”
“Due to space constraints, the museum here has had to make do with its own intricately carved gilded silver howdah and an even more impressive 15-foot-long coach of 1815 made entirely of silver.”
“Zeus, played by Neeson, looked particularly regal and shone brightly, causing an awed silence to fall on set when he arrived in his 15-foot-long cloak.”
“A Louisiana company, HESCO Bastion USA Inc., constructs 15-foot-long wire frames that are fitted with liners.”
“A 15-foot-long True's beaked whale washed up on shore in Beach Haven, New Jersey on December 31, 2007.”
“To test whether the signal system can detect the presence of a train, workers must attach a 15-foot-long piece of wire to three different places along the circuit being tested.”
“Behind the rocks is a 15-foot-long model of the Saturn V rocket.”
“The 15-foot-long module was designed to expand to a diameter of 8 feet.”
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