Gangway

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Gangway

The opening on a ship through which cargo can be carried on or off.
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In gangplank DDoS attacks, a layer of computers are increased.
Four people had to be rescued in Spain after a gangplank to a cruise liner broke away in high winds.
Designers have been quick to plunder ideas from the gangplank for the catwalk, with clothes based on Keira's character Elizabeth's nautical but nice silk blouses, tight waistcoats, boots and belts.
Stryker wheeled fighting vehicles make their way down the USNS Shughart's gangplank after their return from Iraq.
Delicate steel columns support an angled canopy high above the entrance, and a bridge plays the role of gangplank.
From its march down the Mayflower gangplank to its toppling of the Saddam Hussein statue, America has been a revolutionary power, consistently expanding its participation and influence in the world, Kagan argues.
A beaming Craig was asked how he was feeling about his new role as he walked up the gangplank to HMS President.
He talked of running large rigs that pulled 16-bottom plows, which had a gangplank for the plow operator to raise and lower each bottom at the headlands prior to turning around.
The boat dock is accessible, but railings and a gangplank to load the pontoon boat are not yet available.
Natuzzi lowers the gangplank and opens its doors not so much to solicit reaction, but to offer products ready to ship, he said.