- After Genoa . (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Anonymous said ... great job, expecially for me: i am writing from genoa and i am a Genoa supporter ..... can you tell me which font did you use for the numbers?”
“Ron suggests they put out a very small amount of genoa a large jib that overlaps the mast but Tom thinks that will only rip as the staysail did.”
“The only variation I made was that I sauteed finely chopped genoa salami in butter,before I threw it into the pasta.”
“Perhaps the combination of genoa salami, mortadella, coppacola, ham, and prosciutto makes this “the mother” of all sandwiches.”
“The first course soon followed, consisting of a house-cured charcuterie with tasso, mortadella, pepperoni, capicola, genoa salami, and duck for 'song and a veal sweetbread and artichoke meuniere for me.”
“Eager Earthsea Warriors jumped to their winches and, one by one, genoa, main and midden sails vanished into hollow booms.”
“Lance was taking the genoa down on the yacht, and someone, probably Monica, was lying on top of it, trying to keep it from blowing overboard.”
“She was lying abeam to the seas, two hundred yards away, her genoa aback and the main flapping free.”
““When I looked back and saw the yacht, the genoa was aback, and that would stop the yacht.””
“Taking the sail off altogether is another option if there is no sail cover; in that case the mainsail would be flaked in the same manner as the jib or genoa.”
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Prolagus said: Sigh, I didn't go anywhere. Deadlines are too close. I have to wait until Christmas holidays...
bilby said: Did you find somewhere for your weekend break?
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