Flashing

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Flashing - Other
... one's body in a usually sexual way, acceptable or not depending on context Flashing (weatherproofing), construction material used to prevent the passage ...
Paracheilinus Carpenteri
... As with other members of this genus, the "flashing" is a mating behaviour that involves short, quick dashes through the water column by the male whilst concomitantly flaring its fins and intensifying in colour in ... "Flashing" is considered very visually desirable by many aquarists ...
Flashing Red - Breeding
... John Campbell bred Flashing Red who was by his stallion Echelon (US1.50.6, 32 wins, $558,568) and he was the last foal of his dam the unraced Courvy Kazi by Courvoisier ... Flashing Red was inbred to Meadow Skipper in the third and fourth generations (3f x 4f) ... Eric Blomquist, a Tasmanian owner-trainer purchased Flashing Red privately as a yearling ...
Swordsmen And Sorcerers' Guild Of America - Anthologies
... Robert Hoskins (1970) Flashing Swords!, ed ... Lin Carter Flashing Swords! #1 (1973) Flashing Swords! #2 (1975) Flashing Swords! #3 Warriors and Wizards (1976) Flashing Swords! #4 Barbarians and Black Magicians (1977 ...
Reglet
... A reglet is a flashing between a wall (or the back side of a parapet) and a roof ... Reglets usually consist of a receiver flashing affixed to the wall with fasteners and a bead of sealant, and a counter flashing extending from the wall over the roofing material (usually a membrane roof) ... The counter flashing is removable to allow for the roofing material to be removed for re-roofing ...

Famous quotes containing the word flashing:

    The subject of the novel is reality liberated from soul. The reader in complete independence presented with a structured process: let him evaluate it, not the author. The façade of the novel cannot be other than stone or steel, flashing electrically or dark, but silent.
    Alfred Döblin (1878–1957)

    You are disdainful and magnificent—
    Your perfect body and your pompous gait,
    Your dark eyes flashing solemnly with hate,
    Helene Johnson (b. 1907)

    But, where the road runs near the stream,
    Oft through the trees they catch a glance
    Of passing troops in the sun’s beam—
    Pennon, and plume, and flashing lance!
    Forth to the world those soldiers fare,
    To life, to cities, and to war!
    Matthew Arnold (1822–1888)