The SPARS were the U.S. Coast Guard's women's auxiliary. The name came from the short version of Semper Paratus (always prepared). The WAVES were the U.S. Navy's women's branch-- I think it stood for Women Accepting Volunteer Emergency Service. Congresswoman Edith Nourse Rogers (R:MA) was one of the strongest champions of letting women serve in the military during World War 2, and it was largely through her efforts that a bill was passed to create a women's branch of the military. And while the jobs available to women were mostly clerical and support jobs, many women eagerly volunteered to serve their country.
The population of Offshore Spars is 35.
There are 7 spars on the wing.
The sticks used to shape some kites are called spars. Not all kites have spars. The spars can be made from many different materials typically modern kites are made with carbon fiber or plastic spars. Traditional kites may have wooden (especially bamboo) spars. Ideally the material used should be light weight, straight and slightly flexable.
It is pronounced "spars" (rhyming with "farse").
moss lichens and spars grass
A pole on a boat that holds spars or sails.
The sailors climb up the ratlines to reach the spars.
Spars are the sticks which hold the kites shape against the wind. They are commonly made from tubular plastic, bamboo or aluminium. Good quality sports kites are made with carbon fibre spars.
Verticals are masts and horizontals are either booms, spars, or yardarms.
They served their country in the WACS, WAVES,and SPARS
No, there are rumors about many things though.
It means to roll them up & tie them to the spars (or yardarms, as the case may be).
A ship's spars are the horizontal (parallel to the deck) beams that the sails hang from. And sometimes sailors. "Hanging from the yardarms" means that a sailor has been duly found guilty of some crime, earning death before arriving back at port! And a yardarm is another term for a spar.
they used leggets,ledgers,spars and brotches hope it helped
I believe they eat grass and roots up atop the mountains.moss lichens and spars grass
yea... its a massive cloud made up of dust and gas that eventually creates spars. *stars
Fairway buoys are spheres, pillars, or spars with red and white vertical stripes.
Cars, Rawrs, Bars, Spars, Stars, Jars, Lars (name), Guitars.
sings, songs, stays, spars, stars, sways, spays, slays, snows, snobs
Women's Army Auxillery Corps . See Also: WAVES WAAF WASPS (US)MCWR SPARS ANC NNC PHS ARC
Spar "Spars of all types are used in the rigging of sailing vessels to resist compressive and bending forces, and to provide support for the sails." ~ Wikipedia
Most of the first aircraft used light fabric like muslin. This was stretched over spars and longerons and then varnished to make it tight and windproof.
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