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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 23 Jan 19, Wednesday
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Windmills are powered by their sails. Sails are found in different designs, from primitive common sails to the advanced patent sails.
The jib sail is found in Mediterranean countries and consists of a simple triangle of cloth wound round a spar. The mill must be stopped in order to adjust the reefing of the sail. Though rare in the UK, at least two windmills are known to have had jib sails (St Mary’s, Isle of Scilly and Cann Mills, Melbury Abbas).
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St Mary’s, Isles of Scilly
Cann Mills, Melbury Abbas
The common sail is the simplest form of sail. In medieval mills, the sailcloth was wound in and out of a ladder-type arrangement of sails. Medieval sails could be constructed with or without outer sailbars. Post-medieval mill sails have a lattice framework over which the sailcloth is spread. There are various “reefs” for the different spread of sails; these are full sail, dagger point, sword point and first reef. The mill must be stopped in order to adjust the reefing of the sail.