Some articles on sails, sail:

South Ockendon Windmill - Description - Sails and Windshaft
... Windmill had a cast-iron windshaft carrying two double Patent sails and two single Patent sails with a span of 64 feet (19.51 m) ... The double-shuttered sails had eleven bays of three shutters, and the single-shuttered sails had nine bays of three shutters ...
Stansted Mountfitchet Windmill - History
... In 1847, it was reported that one pair of sails required replacement ... The old Common sails were replaced with a pair of Spring sails at a cost of £29 4s 0d by Thomas Seabrook, millwright of Furneaux Pelham, Hertfordshire ... In March 1848, it was reported that one of the remaining Common sails had blown down, and the remaining sail was not fit for further work ...
Sibsey Trader Mill
... It is a six storey windmill with complete gear, six sails and fantail which still works today ... The slim central tower also makes the sails look enormous in comparison ... The mill worked until 1954 (although with only four sails in its later years) following which it was allowed to fall into disrepair ...
Lower Mill, Woodchurch - History
... It may have had common sails when built as the sale of a pair of sails is recorded in 1848, possibly indicating the fitting of a pair of spring sails ... These sails were bought by the owner of the post mill at Brenzett ... The sails on the mill when it stopped working in 1926 had previously been on High Halden post mill and before that Aldington smock mill ...
Sails (album)
... Sails is an album by Chet Atkins ... Sails follows in the 1980s' vein of Chet Atkins' releases with a smooth jazz and new age atmosphere ...

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    As a man-of-war that sails through the sea, so this earth that sails through the air. We mortals are all on board a fast-sailing, never-sinking world-frigate, of which God was the shipwright; and she is but one craft in a Milky-Way fleet, of which God is the Lord High Admiral.
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    Raphael paints wisdom; Handel sings it, Phidias carves it, Shakespeare writes it, Wren builds it, Columbus sails it, Luther preaches it, Washington arms it, Watt mechanizes it.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)