Some articles on tents, tent:
... An Ice Camp consists of specially designed tents with rigid frames ... All the tents are heated, and the temperature inside is kept between 15 and 18 °С ... The largest ones are mess tents one for staff and one for visitors ...
... The spray from the gun drove armed strikers back toward the tents, and provided excellent coverage for guardsmen advancing toward the tents ... colonists to take refuge in storage cellars beneath the tents ... Meanwhile, a deserted tent burst into flames and, within a short time, more tents began to burn ...
... Armies on the move have often used tents for sleeping accommodation overnight ... an attack by riding on horse back at speed through an army's tents knocking the tent pegs out of the ground thereby collapsing tents on the enemy as they slept providing a means to hinder the ... a stylised equestrian sport in various forms called tent pegging ...
... Tents also played a role in the formation and development of the unique Mongolian architecture ... Tents were also used during Naadam festivals, feasts and other sorts of gatherings ... Jodgor is a small tent to accommodate one or two persons ...
... Leigh Mallory and Andrew Irvine, the team used Eureka! tents to shelter themselves at the base camp ... Simonson told Kurt Heisler, then-senior tent designer for Eureka!, that the Eureka! tents had been “great” and that he and his team of explorers “could have used these tents much ... Eureka! donated sixty tents to the expedition, from their largest style of military tents to their lightest and smallest backpacking tents, and designed several custom tents ...
Famous quotes containing the word tents:
“Behold, O God our shield, and look upon the face of thine anointed.
For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness.
For the Lord God is a sun and shield: the Lord will give grace and glory:”
—Bible: Hebrew Psalm LXXXIV (l. LXXXIV, 911)
“I am black and beautiful, O daughters of Jerusalem, like the tents of Kedar, like the curtains of Solomon.”
—Bible: Hebrew, Song of Solomon 1:5.
“it pleaseth me when I see through the meadows
The tents and pavilions set up, and great joy have I
When I see oer the campana knights armed and horses arrayed.
And it pleaseth me when the scouts set in flight the folk with
And it pleaseth me when I see coming together after them an host of
—Bertrans De Born (fl. 12th century)