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  Masthead Island - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Masthead Island is one of the most undisturbed cays in the National Park because human and feral animal impacts have been rare.
Masthead Island is an internationally important rookery for green and loggerhead turtles, who come ashore to lay eggs on the island's beaches during spring and summer, from late October to late February.
Masthead was the discovery ground of an entirely new species of fish, the Masthead Island Pipefish.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Masthead_Island   (350 words)

  
 Masthead - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A masthead refers to the top of a mast of a ship.
A method of rigging a sailing vessel, where the forestay runs from the top of the mast to the bow or bowsprit.
In publishing, a masthead is either the logo design on the front page, or a list, usually found on the editorial page of a newspaper, of the members of the newspaper's editorial board.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Masthead   (158 words)

  
 Fractional vs. Masthead Rig - SailNet Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Masthead rigs primarily generate their power from a large overlapping genoa and consequently have a smaller, easier to control mainsail.
Masthead rigs are a little faster in races sailed in a narrow range of conditions under rating rules that under penalize unrated area.
Silmaril says that andquot;a masthead rig is faster on all points of sailandquot;, all of the wind tunnel and actual in the field testing literature disagrees with that when taken on an absolute sail area basis.
sailnet.com /forums/buying-boat/9803-fractional-vs-masthead-rig.html   (2433 words)

  
 Masthead - Financial Advisors Association
Masthead is a distribution services company dedicated to supporting the independent broker by offering a range of support services that will enable an independent broker to retain their independence, manage their risk and grow profitably in an increasingly turbulent industry.
Masthead assists brokers with the use of technology; helps make sure that business processes are simplified within a broker’s practice and by streamlining product marketing.
Masthead will assist brokers over time to Build Capital Value through securing the ongoing growth of their practice, sale options for their business in the future and share ownership options in Masthead.
www.masthead.co.za   (308 words)

  
 Masthead Venture Partners
Masthead partners combine more than 100 years of successful experience in leading and financing companies from founding through public offerings.
Prior to joining Masthead, Leland was Chief Information Officer for the high profile start-up Space Adventures, Ltd. Located in Arlington, Virginia, Space Adventures is the world's leading space-flight experiences company offering programs including zero-gravity, astronaut training, and reservations on future suborbital spacecraft.
Headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., Masthead Venture Partners is a venture capital firm dedicated to providing early stage information technology, internet infrastructure and services, communications, and IT-intensive life sciences companies with the capital and hands-on operational support they need to develop into industry leaders.
www.mvpartners.com /news_Cheung.html   (477 words)

  
 : Masthead   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Mastheads are a consistent graphic element used to visualize the ABB brand on the Web.
In the Masthead; 10 pixels from left edge, 10 pixels from the bottom.
Used as an optional element in the Masthead on the ABB intranet.
www.abb.co.th /cawp/abbzh252/ACB4BB34228CB8C7C1256C5B00682B0F.aspx   (758 words)

  
 Masthead Realty Advisors, LLC a Commercial Real Estate Firm specializing in tenant representation
The men who rode atop the masthead communicated vital information to the ship's Captain necessary to direct and navigate the ship through perilous seas.
The high vantage point of the masthead allowed the seamen to spot other sailing ships advancing over the horizon and identify whether such ships were friend or foe.
The masthead was constantly manned, even through high seas, treacherous storms, freezing rain and forceful gales to ensure the ships safety and that the ship stayed its course.
www.mastheadrealty.com /defined.html   (185 words)

  
 * Masthead light - (Boating): Definition
The masthead light is a white light that is visible for an arc extending across the forward 225° of the boat.
MASTHEAD LIGHT - A white light positioned over the fore and aft centerline of the vessel.
S.S. Masthead Light- A white light, at or near the masthead, used underway by a vessel under power at night; the range of visibility required varies with the size of the vessel; the arc of the visibility is from dead ahead to 22.
en.mimi.hu /boating/masthead_light.html   (99 words)

  
 Masthead Rig Genny Height - SailNet Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
I tried using a rope to move the head sail temporarily all the way to the masthead and thought the boat sailed better.
That's correct re the headsail on a furler but even so methinks that even with hanks the headsail is never tight up against the masthead.
You would still need some gap between the masthead and the headboard simply because under certain conditions you would have the luff tension looser or tighter.
www.sailnet.com /forums/gear-maintenance/23722-masthead-rig-genny-height.html   (1520 words)

  
 MASTHEAD PREAMP by SM0VPO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
I have received several requests for a masthead preamplifier for use in the VHF spectrum.
The above circuit may be modified to allow a transmitter to be used through the masthead preamplifier with the addition of a relay switch.
I should have used a pair of back-to-back diodes across the input to the preamp (before the 100p) to protect the preamp, but I got away with it for a couple of years without a problem.
w1.859.telia.com /~u85920178/antennas/preamp-0.htm   (380 words)

  
 Masthead Venture Partners
Since joining Masthead in 2004 as an Associate, David has been instrumental in several key investments.
Working with Masthead, I'm exploring the edge of technological innovation, and evaluating the visions of highly skilled entrepreneurs.
Prior to joining Masthead, David co-founded Sombasa Media, an e-mail marketing company which was successfully acquired and subsequently became the About Direct division of Primedia (NYSE: PRM).
www.mvpartners.com /news_Beisel_Promotion.html   (458 words)

  
 Stockton Record press rebuild
Masthead International is now rebuilding units and a folder earmarked for The Record in Stockton, Calif.
Masthead International is re-working cylinders and upgrading the press’ inking system from open fountain to digital packs.
Masthead is also designing and fabricating the press’ superstructure and catwalk and upgrading RTPs and drives.
www.newsandtech.com /issues/2004/03-04/nt/03-04_stockton.htm   (122 words)

  
 GME Electrophone - Kingray Masthead Amplifiers
A masthead amplifier is designed to amplify low level off air signals.
Kingrays range of Mastheads will suit all digital applications whilst continuing to consider analogue requirements for the years to come and are available in shielded and non-shielded models.
These products include masthead, splitter and distribution amplifiers, modulators and filters, which are designed in Australia by our engineers using the latest software, RF and CAD techniques.
www.gme.net.au /matv/mastheads.php   (291 words)

  
 Fractional vs. Masthead Rig - SailNet Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Racing masthead rigs are argueably more complex if they are to match and the performance of a fractional rig.
It is only on boats that are designed with very bendy rigs that runners are still employed to fine tune forestay tension but then again, masthead rig boats with very bendy rigs end up with checkstays which in effect are less forgiving running backstays.
Masthead rigs typically have larger running sails and so can typically point closer to dead down wind.
www.sailnet.com /forums/buying-boat/9803-fractional-vs-masthead-rig.html   (2433 words)

  
 Case Western Reserve University Web Toolkit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The template masthead includes three items: the official Case logo, a background image on a color from Case's brand color palette, and the name of the website.
The background image in the masthead is changeable in the cascading stylesheet under the style name.masthead.
Background images placed in the masthead should be rendered in the same style.
www.cwru.edu /webdev/webtoolkit/pagedesign/masthead.html   (363 words)

  
 physics - Masthead
A masthead is also a list, usually found on the editorial page of a newspaper, of the members of the newspaper's editorial board.
Some mastheads also include information such as the publication's founding date, slogan, logo and contact information.
The title printed on the front page of the newspaper is also variously called the masthead, banner, or nameplate.
www.physicsdaily.com /physics/Masthead   (136 words)

  
 Masthead Knot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
On board ship, a masthead knot was used to rig a temporary mast if the mast was lost in battle or during a storm.
On land a masthead knot can be used to rig a gin pole or a flag pol
This form of the Masthead Knot was chosen for its symmetry and the ease of transition to the running half hitches used to secure it to the pole.
www.scoutxing.com /knots/masthead_knot/masthead_knot.htm   (220 words)

  
 L.A. Times addition takes root, Trib in line
Masthead is handling all mechanical, electrical and plumbing requirements for the project, slated for completion next year.
Rigging has been completed at Masthead’s Phoenix facility and will be shipped to Chicago prior to the beginning of the project.
In addition to work at the Times and Tribune, Masthead is also handling the retooling of a TKS press at the Record in Stockton, Calif. That project is slated to be completed in October.
www.newsandtech.com /issues/2004/09-04/nt/09-04_latimes.htm   (332 words)

  
 Mexico - Navy: Masthead Pennant
This pennat shall be hoisted on the top of the masthead, and shall keep hoist 24 hours a day...".
However, the earliest law I've even found where the Masthead pennant is regulated is the General Ordinance of 1897, then, that of 1912.
During the Empire (1864-1867) the Masthead Pennant was regularized by decree of June 18, 1864, but its official proportions were established by Imperial Law issued in the "Diario del Imperio" on November 13, 1865 describying it as follows:
www.1uptravel.com /flag/flags/mx^~gnm.html   (345 words)

  
 Idea Site for Business - Creative Idea Shorts - Masthead
When the name is too long to design a memorable masthead, make your next logical identifier the dominant graphic element.
With the title reduced in size to a degree that visually compliments Conrail's logo, the result is a newsletter masthead that is both striking and memorable.
As close as memory will permit, that was the extent of the thinking that went into art directing this masthead.
www.ideasiteforbusiness.com /cdmastheadshorts.cfm   (443 words)

  
 NCEW | The Masthead
A subscription to The Masthead is included with membership in NCEW.
A more complete archive of Masthead articles, dating back to 1995, is available at the World Wide Web portal Northern Light.
A complete index of The Masthead resides at NCEW headquarters in Harrisburg.
www.ncew.org /web/2005/06/the_masthead.aspx   (206 words)

  
 The Masthead - Missoula, Montana   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Masthead is "where the writers are" in the Missoula area.
This publication is designed to offer a much-needed resource, haven, and stage for the writers of our great mountain town.
The first issue of The Masthead was released at a launch party on January 31, at Shakespeare and Company on Third Street.
www.mastheadmagazine.com   (325 words)

  
 The Drunken Boat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Masthead was established in 1998 as a literary arts magazine by Australian poet Alison Croggon and was produced for four issues as a print journal.
The only criterion for inclusion is that the work interests me, and I defend Masthead's right to be as various and contradictory as it likes.
Masthead is edited, designed and made by Alison Croggon, with graphic designs by Laurence Peterson.
www.thedrunkenboat.com /mastheadrev.html   (222 words)

  
 A02 Masthead Component   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
When translating the masthead or altering the links for venue sites refer to the Global Javascript page for help with localizing issues.
The standard masthead should be used as is for sun.com sites, and only translated or adjusted for appropiate topics/links for regional sites.
The standard venue masthead is ONLY used for venue sites with links that are not long enough to run into the search field.
www.sun.com /cgi-bin/sun/webdesign/index_components.cgi?item=a02_masthead&set=sun   (1002 words)

  
 Masthead Venture Partners
Masthead's partners possess successful track records creating long-term value in early-stage companies.
There is no substitute for solid fundamentals: strong leadership with field-tested management, fiscal responsibility, innovative technology for emerging high-growth markets and commitment to the customer.
Masthead has created a strong network of entrepreneurs, scientific and technical leaders, academics and others to help build value within our portfolio companies.
www.mvpartners.com /about.html   (227 words)

  
 Keith Higgs' Blog
To make this easier for you I've created my Masthead "module" so it saves the file at http://blog.case.edu/dkh2/masthead_cranberry_advanced.html, where you can grab a copy.
Upload copies of any graphics to your site and update the Masthead module to pull these images from their new location.
If you have entered an email address in the box, clicking this checkbox will subscribe your email address to this entry so that you are notified if any updates or additional comments occur on the entry.
blog.case.edu /dkh2/2005/04/11/the_branded_masthead   (615 words)

  
 Rigging and Crating : Masthead : PCG, International
Masthead Rigging and Crating has over 25 years of experience in rigging and crating a wide variety of heavy objects, from simple tools to very large equipment or machinery.
However, Masthead Rigging and Crating has specialized in serving the domestic and international rigging and crating needs of the semiconductor and other high-technology industries for the last 16 years.
Since the first tool installation project we performed in 1987, we have become expert in installing process tools for semiconductor companies.
www.masthead.net /rigging_about.asp   (192 words)

  
 Masthead Family Campground, Maine
Such a wonderful selection of attractions and such a great variety of outdoors recreation are great reasons to come.
Time to get out and breathe some fresh air, and Masthead Family Campground in Maine is a really good place to spend some time.
Masthead Family Campground is located in an area with lots of fun things to do and when you're here you're always having a good time.
www.hikercentral.com /campgrounds/105571.html   (799 words)

  
 Masthead Design - Joyful Heart Bible Study Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
You can see the current masthead on our test area.
Identity could include geographic region (Golden Gate Bridge, Yosemite Falls, Central Valley farming) or church buildings, or people engaged in worship, or baptism, etc. Probably the current masthead is too mixed and needs a more focused identity.
Heather Bassard I definitely like that masthead but I was wonderin...
www.joyfulheart.com /forums/index.php?showtopic=47&pid=1177&mode=threaded&show=&st=&   (634 words)

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