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Gangway

The opening on a ship through which cargo can be carried on or off.
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The gangways can take many forms ranging from use for long duration personnel transfer between accommodation units and offshore production assets, to use for short duration transfer between service vessels and unmanned installations such as offshore wind turbines, offshore fish farms and similar installations.
However, due to the large increase in capacity for this fixture we've deemed it necessary to inform (Liverpool FC) that two seats from either side of the radial gangways from the top to the bottom of the terrace should not be sold for safety reasons.
The jet landed at Domodedovo airport outside Moscow a few hours later, and a car pulled up at the foot of the gangway.
The first contract covers a passenger gangway and rebuilding of a linkspan, which is a ramp attached to the shore that acts as a bridge to the ship.
The gangways will transport an estimated one million visitors onto the ship each year and--in addition to utility connections from landside--permanently secure the USS Intrepid in her newly reconstructed berth at Pier 86 in Hudson River Park.
And the lady who owned it had placed it in the gangway in front of standing passengers before getting her ticket.
The large 4-foot x 6-foot work surface can be outfitted with a wide variety of gangways and SAF-T Cages.
Officials stressed safety concerns over so many people rushing over seats and down gangways at once before charging across the pitch.
With eight foot wide gangways, design award winning shelving and Conran-esque pendant lighting, it is a far cry from supermarket aisles.
Towards the top of the deck there are gangways to climb down to the next deck but as you go down the leg the decks get narrower and the gangways are replaced by vertical ladders.
The Clyde River Purification Board told her a survey revealed that gangways, pontoons, scaffolding towers and 70ft rails were on the bed of the Holy Loch.