Bow is a term which can refer to:

1. The forward or front end of a boat, asused in boat sailing term
2. The variation from a straight line in the vertical plane of a roll formed piece. It can be eitherCross bow or longitudinal bow, as used in roll forming, corrugating, and metal fabricating processes

Ref: 122676/2006-09-19

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