They nested at the jib 's end last spring, and have come back again.
They were long open boats with a large spritsail and jib .
But, although I jib slightly at the supernatural Skellig's curative powers and the sentimental conclusion, the story has legs as well as wings.
‘I first saw the jib and then it just crashed into the premises,’ he said.
The jib or projecting arm of a crane probably derives from gibbet, and gibe and gybe are often written jibe.
The driver, who left the scene after the accident, jumped from the cab just seconds before the jib of the crane plunged down onto the seashore.
The rig is fractional and most boats were sold with a mainsail and 120% jib as standard equipment.
Though there were as many misses as hits, the main sail, jib , and one other were burning.
The immediate area around the crane is still cordoned off for safety reasons, due to the risk of parts of the broken jib falling.
One may jib , like George Orwell, at Greene's belief that a brutally stupid gangster is capable of intellectual subtlety.