A fancy docking facility for small yachts and cabin cruisers.
ETYM Old Eng. pere, Old Fren. piere a stone, French pierre, from Latin petra, Greek. Related to Petrify.
1. A support for two adjacent bridge spans.
2. A landing built out into the water.
3. (Architecture) A vertical supporting structure (as a portion of wall between two doors or windows).
Structure built out into the sea from the coastline for use as a landing place or promenade.
mol | srpsko - engleski prevod
Skala ili mol lestvica, tonovi koji odgovaraju crnim dirkama na klaviru; naziv nema nikakve veze sa mekotom tonova, već stoji u vezi sa uglastim i oblikom znakova; supr. dur. (fr.)
Legal term for those under the age of majority, which varies from country to country but is usually between 18 and 21. In the US (from 1971 for voting, and in some states for nearly all other purposes) and certain European countries (in Britain since 1970) the age of majority is 18.
Most civic and legal rights and duties only accrue at the age of majority: for example, the rights to vote, to make a will, and (usually) to make a fully binding contract, and the duty to act as a juror.