The fruit of beech, oak, chestnut, and other forest trees, esp. as food for pigs and wild animals
a vertical spar for supporting sails
nuts of forest trees (as beechnuts and acorns) accumulated on the ground
nuts of forest trees used as feed for swine
any sturdy upright pole
Maxwell Tylden Masters (15 April 1833 - 30 May 1907) was an English botanist and taxonomist. He was educated at King's College London and the University of St Andrews. ...
Mast is the "fruit of forest trees like acorns and other nuts". It is also defined as "the fruit of trees such as beech, and other forms of Cupuliferae" . Alternatively, it can also refer to "a heap of nuts".
Mast is a 1999 Bollywood musical film by Indian director Ram Gopal Verma. It was filmed in Austria, Italy, Namibia, and South Africa. This was the debut film for Aftab Shivdasani as a lead actor. Till then, he was recognized as a child actor
The ancient Egyptian ship's mast hieroglyph is one of the oldest language hieroglyphs from Ancient Egypt. It is used on a famous label of Pharaoh Den of the First dynasty, but forms part of the location hieroglyph: Emblem of the East.
In naval tradition, a mast is a non-judicial punishment ("NJP") disciplinary hearing in which a commanding officer studies and disposes of cases involving those in his or her command. If the officer is a captain, as in most cases, it it is referred to as a captain's mast. ...
The mast of a sailing ship is a tall, vertical, or near vertical, spar, or arrangement of spars, which supports the sails. Large ships have several masts, with the size and configuration depending on the style of ship.
A tall, slim post or tower, usually tapering upward, used to support, for examples, the sails on a ship, flags, floodlights, or communications equipment such as an aerial, usually supported by guy-wires; To supply and fit a mast to a ship
(Masts) Radio Shack sells 1.25” diameter masts that are convenient for many antennas. But if you put a heavy antenna like an 8-bay on a ten-foot mast of this type, it will sway with the wind and break in a high wind. Heavy gauge 1. ...
A pole usually going straight up from the deck (height can be tuned for different body weights), used to attach sail and boom.
To dream of seeing the masts of ships, denotes long and pleasant voyages, the making of many new friends, and the gaining of new possessions. To see the masts of wrecked ships, denotes sudden changes in your circumstances which will necessitate giving over anticipated pleasures. ...
Fruits and seed of shrubs, woody vines, trees, cacti, and other non-herbaceous vegetation available for animal consumption.
is the vertical assembly that does the work of raising and lowering the load. It is made up of interlocking rails that also provide lateral stability. The interlocking rails may either have rollers or bushings as guides. ...
Fruits or nuts used as a food source by wildlife. Soft mast includes most fruits with fleshy coverings, such as persimmon, dogwood seed or black gum seed. Hard mast refers to nuts such as acorns and beech, pecan and hickory nuts.
Any vertical spar on the boat that sails are attached to. If a boat has more than one mast, they can be identified by name.
A portable derrick that is capable of being raised as a unit, as distinguished from a standard derrick, which cannot be raised to a working position as a unit. ...
Multi-mission Archive at the Space Telescope. The Multimission Archive at STScI is a NASA funded project to support and provide to the astronomical community a variety of astronomical data archives, with the primary focus on scientifically related data sets in the optical, ultraviolet, and near- ...
A vertical spar. Most modern sailboats have a single mast which supports two sails, but many boats have two or more masts.
Crops including beechnuts, acorns, chestnuts, etc.
Spar on which the sails are hoisted. On Volvo Open 70s, made from carbon.
(from Wikipedia) The edible seed and fruit produced by trees or shrubs that wildlife species will consume