Sections at the bow and stern of the shell covered usually by varnished silk, nylon or as part of the main shell material. The top part of the shell from the coxswain to the stern and the bowperson to the bowball.
The triangular piece of material, usually metal or wood, to which the gunnels are attached at the bow and stern. A deck may also be the entire top covering built as an integral part of a kayak, C-1, or C-2.
Sections of shell at bow and stern covered usually by varnished silk or nylon. The bow deck extends about 12 feet back from prow to washbow. The stern deck extends from back of coxswain's seat to tiller post.
The rather misleading term that describes the boards between the gunwales at the stem ends of the canoe. They help hold the shape of the canoe, and, I suppose, they prevent some of the waves from splashing into the canoe.
The available set of cards for play. In Euchre, there are normally 24 cards, the 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace from each suit. Some variations of Euchre can involve an additional joker, or 32 cards, or 2 decks of 24 cards plus 3 jokers.
This is what you use to play the game. A collection of cards, hopefully well shuffled, and hopefully cards that will work well together. Different games, and different formats have different rules and limitations about what you can play in your deck.
A set of playing-cards. In these games, the deck consists of either: 52 cards in seven-card stud, holdâ€(tm)em, and Omaha 53 cards (including the joker), often used in ace-to-five lowball and draw high.
Floor. The flat surface topping the hull, also describes the "levels" of the ship's hull. A typical frigate's decks are (from the uppermost): Spar or weather deck, gun deck, berth deck, orlop, and the hold, which is the very bottom of the ship. Other "decks" were named by convention, such as the "quarterdeck."
On a ship, the different floors are called "decks." Passenger decks are either named or numbered (or both). For example, a deck may be referred to as "Sun Deck 11." For various reasons, cruise lines seem to have a love affair with certain deck names such as, "Lido," "Promenade," "Sun," "Sports," etc.
A floor or platform extending from side to side and often from end to end of a ship. The upper, main, middle, and lower decks of a ship are somewhat like the stories of a house. Often the upper deck has no roof over it.
In architecture, a deck is a flat surface capable of supporting weight, similar to a floor, but typically constructed outdoors, often elevated from the ground, and usually connected to a building. The term is a generalization of decks as found on ships.
The text found underneath the headline of an article or story that provides slightly more detail than the headline and is set in a smaller point size than the headline but larger than the body text. Also called deck copy.
Coming out from a building it is a floor with no walls and roof, it is generally made of timber and supported by joists. Decorative Psaint Finishe: a form of changing the look and texture of a substrate by use of paint and often glazes or scumbles. I.e. dragging, combing, sponging.
1. The top horizontal portion of a halfpipe wall, past the lip, where one can "deck out" while riding a pipe or ride alongside the lip and drop in. 2. A walkway to hike to the top of a halfpipe. 3. The flat portion of a tabletop or step-down between the lip and landing zone. Also known as a rollout deck.
a structural component of the roof of a building. The deck must be capable of safely supporting the design dead and live loads, including the weight of the roof systems, and the additional live loads required by the governing building codes. Decks are either non-combustible (e.g., corrugated metal, concrete, or gypsum) or combustible (e.g., wood plank or plywood), and provide the substrate to which the roofing or waterproofing system is applied.
This term describes the patio that is attached to the pool itself. Typical materials and finishes include brushed concrete, spraycrete, cool deck, sundek, flagstone, and pea gravel. The deck often accounts for 20 to 30% of a pool budget.
(or dek) The deck is intended to tease the readers into reading the article. It is placed right below the title and above the first paragraph and is often set in bold. It can actually be the first paragraph of the article but most often, it's a separate piece of copy.
The equipment for recording or playing back a cassette, CD, or reel tape. It requires an external amp or earphones for hearing the sound since it does not have a built in amplifier such as a "tape recorder" .
The portion of a spoiler or wing that's typically angled to catch passing air. Factory-style spoiler decks usually run parallel to the trunk lid, eliminating drag and downforce. Certain wings have adjustable decks for tuning the effect on your vehicle.
The standing or foot part of the body of the scooter. The deck can be made of steel, aluminum and/or plastic and is usually covered by some type of gripping material. Plastic decks are more susceptible to cracking and breaking.