Amidships


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Amidships

At or near the middle of a ship. This term is used when transporting goods over water. See also: International commerce.
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On the other hand, if the pump was delivered to the 01 level amidships, it would be almost directly above the AMR, just two decks up.
These include a teak-surrounded central swimming pool of the modern type (amidships, sheltered, surrounded by an overhanging "mezzanine" deck), a dining veranda, and balconies in 68 percent of the cabins.
Its tandem layout, with the engine amidships, means that the passenger sits behind, and with legs either side of, the driver.
A second concept vehicle, the S-RIDE, is aimed at young drivers, featuring a tandem layout with engine amidships.
The HSC features a lightweight, 3.5-litre, V-6 engine located amidships for optimum balance and superior cornering.
Sarani's was about 12 metres long and two in the beam and had a low plywood cabin amidships. There were five people living on board: Sarani, his second wife Minehanga and their three young children.
I won't make small of the impact worms and viruses have in general, but in a communications company, they're like a broadside amidships. The cable that runs 'twixt my desktop altar and the nearest wall is my Library of Alexander and the runners from the battlefield.
Both have well-deck ramps at the stern and cranes amidships, and both are aviation capable.
while something both licks the stalled-out amidships higher
Just how important he has become was heard when the crowd groaned as much as he did when an Ian Pearce clearance caught him amidships.
Its signature Gaia Globe, an incredible six-deck-high glass sphere cradled amidships, would boast ultramodern conference rooms for international leaders on the lower level, sanctuaries for major world religions on the main level.
The Hobson had crossed the carrier's bow from starboard to port and was struck amidships. The force of the collision rolled it over, breaking her in two.